Staff at top AI companies sign letter calling for more transparency about risks

Public deserve to know what's going on, they say

John Leonard
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Employees at top AI companies sign letter calling for more transparency about risks
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Employees at top AI companies sign letter calling for more transparency about risks

Current and former employees at prominent AI companies including OpenAI, DeepMind and Anthropic, have signed an open letter calling for AI companies to sign up to a set principles around safety and transparency.

The signatories say they believe in the potential of AI for solving many of humanity's problems and to deliver unprecedented benefits, but believe that the profit motive is providing "strong financ...

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