Why OpenAI’s CEO Called for AI Safety Standards at Senate Hearing | Tech News Briefing | WSJ

Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI the company behind ChatGPT, told lawmakers they should create licensing and safety standards for advanced artificial intelligence systems. But Congress has historically had a tough time when it comes to regulating technology.

WSJ tech policy reporter Ryan Tracy joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss what happened during the Senate subcommittee hearing.

0:00 The mood at the Senate hearing
1:51 What Sam Altman suggested for AI rules
2:48 AI and the employment market
3:40 AI and elections
6:17 Will AI regulation be passed anytime soon?

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