During the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) CEO summit, Google CEO Sundar Pichai drew a parallel between artificial intelligence (AI) and climate change. He highlighted the global impact of AI, emphasizing that any mishap in one country could affect others. Pichai stressed the necessity for global regulations.
Pichai likened the proliferation of AI to climate change, suggesting that as AI technology spreads across nations, unilateral safety measures become insufficient. He emphasized the necessity for global frameworks, stating, “In some ways, it’s like climate change and the planet. We all share a planet. I think that’s true for AI.” Pichai emphasized the need for collaborative efforts among countries to establish these global frameworks, a sentiment he has previously underscored.
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