Elon Musk (X), Mark Zuckerberg (Meta), Sundar Pichai (Google), Sam Altman (OpenAI) and around 15 other Silicon Valley kings discussed how their industry should be regulated by the US government. A “productive” meeting but criticized because it was behind closed doors.
From our correspondent in Washington
The entire elite of Silicon Valley gathered in Washington on Wednesday for a historic hearing in the Senate devoted toartificial intelligence. In suits and ties instead of their usual t-shirts, the most powerful bosses of American high technology found themselves seated at the same long table in one of the rooms of the Capitol, at the invitation of the leader of the Democratic majority of the Senate, Chuck Schumer.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, SpaceX and X (formerly Twitter), Mark Zuckerberg, the boss of Metaa company formerly known as Facebook, Google director Sundar Pichai And its former CEO Eric Schmidt, Microsoft founder Bill Gates And its current director Satya NadellaIBM boss Arvind Krishna, Jensen Huang of Nvidia, Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPTsymbol of the artificial intelligence revolution, and around ten others each expressed their views on how their…