OpenAI leaders propose international regulatory body for AI"

Leaders at OpenAI, a prominent artificial intelligence research organization, have proposed the creation of an international regulatory body for AI

The proposed regulatory body would be responsible for overseeing the development and deployment of AI technologies around the world

The goal of the regulatory body would be to ensure that AI is developed and used in ways that are safe, ethical, and beneficial to society

The regulatory body would work with governments, academic institutions, and industry stakeholders to develop guidelines and standards for AI research and deployment

OpenAI's leaders argue that such a body is necessary to address the potential risks and challenges posed by AI, including issues related to bias, privacy, and security

The proposal comes at a time when governments around the world are increasingly considering regulations for AI technologies

The European Union recently passed a set of rules for AI that are designed to promote transparency and safety

The United States has also been considering regulations for AI, with lawmakers introducing several bills related to the technology in recent years

Critics of AI regulations argue that they could stifle innovation and hinder economic growth