The White House has moved quickly to manage the risks of AI and work with industry leaders to harness its benefits to create a more robust economy. This administration is working hand-in-hand with industry leaders to advance the development of safe, secure, and trustworthy AI.
The White House's AI safety pledge is a good start, but more must be done to ensure that powerful tools that could be used for malicious purposes don't fall into the hands of bad actors. A new international treaty is needed to establish an intergovernmental body that can provide oversight of AI globally.
There's a 28% chance that the US will restrict some entities' use of generative AI via API (application programming interface) before 2026, according to the Metaculus prediction community.