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Bridging the AI Regulation Gap

The United States and the European Union are currently pursuing separate initiatives to regulate artificial intelligence. But in order to address the significant risks posed by generative AI, American and European policymakers must establish a common framework based on shared values.

PARIS – On March 22, the Future of Life Institute published an open letter calling for a six-month moratorium on the development of generative artificial intelligence systems, citing the potential dangers to humanity. Since the publication of that letter, numerous high-profile figures have voiced similar concerns, including AI pioneer Geoffrey Hinton, who recently resigned from Google to raise the alarm about the β€œexistential threat” posed by the technology he played so pivotal a role in developing.