US Senator Chuck Schumer plans to bring together technology industry executives to discuss the ramifications of artificial intelligence.

Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have been discussing the possibility of a cage match in their rivalry.

Sundar Pichai, the chief executive of Alphabet and Google, Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella, Nvidia co-founder Jensen Huang, and former Google chief executive Eric Schmidt are also invited to the September meeting, according to Mr. Schumer’s office.

The event, which was first reported by Axios on Monday, is intended to be the first of Mr. Schumer’s AI Insight Forums and is part of his strategy to give Congress more influence over the future of artificial intelligence, which is playing an increasingly important role in the professional and personal lives of Americans.

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In a June speech, he outlined a policy framework to assist Congress in regulating artificial intelligence.

Mr. Schumer asserted that the U.S. Congress should promote American innovation while protecting consumers from the risks posed by technology.

Industry leaders are urging protective measures to curb the hazard AI poses to millions of jobs and to national security.

In his speech at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, Mr. Schumer stated that policymaking should be guided by principles, including the promotion of democratic values and U.S. innovation, the addressing of copyright and misinformation concerns, and the promotion of national and economic security.

His framework was the result of months of collaboration with industry leaders, academicians, and others.

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Mr. Schumer, a Democrat from New York, has not established a deadline for introducing legislation, but he has expressed interest in bipartisan legislation during the current session of Congress.

According to him, the Chinese Communist Party’s April publication of its own approach to regulating AI is a “wake-up call” for the United States to take action.

The feud between Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and owner of X, and Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta Platforms, received renewed attention this summer, first due to rumors of a potential cage match between them, and then due to the rise of Meta’s Threads, a direct competitor to X.

Mr. Musk, the wealthiest person in the world, initially challenged Mr. Zuckerberg to a fight in late June. The Meta chief’s response was to inquire about the location.

However, Mr. Musk announced on August 6 that he would undergo an MRI of his neck and upper back. Then he disclosed that he had an issue with his shoulder blade that might necessitate minimal surgery.

He stated, “Recovery will only take a few months.”

Mr. Zuckerberg, a martial arts enthusiast, expressed skepticism that a meeting would ever occur on August 11.

“You will hear from me if he ever agrees to a genuine date. Please presume that anything he says until then has not been agreed upon,” he wrote on Threads.


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