After months of high-level meetings and discussions, government officials and Big Tech leaders have agreed on one thing about artificial intelligence:
The potentially world-changing technology needs some ground rules.
But many in Silicon Valley are skeptical. Many are pushing back, claiming that laws for AI could snuff out competition in a vital new field.
- “We are still in the very early days of generative AI, and it’s imperative that governments don’t preemptively anoint winners and shut down competition through the adoption of onerous regulations only the largest firms can satisfy,” says the head of Y Combinator.