Defenestration at OpenAI
In this episode, Paul Rosenzweig brings us up to date on the debate over renewing section 702, highlighting the introduction of the first credible “renew and reform” measure by the House Intelligence Committee. I’m hopeful that a similarly responsible bill will come soon from Senate Intelligence and that some version of the two will be adopted. Paul is less sanguine. And we all recognize that the wild card will be House Judiciary, which is drafting a bill that could change the renewal debate dramatically.
Jordan Schneider reviews the results of the XI-Biden meeting in San Francisco and speculates on China’s diplomatic strategy in the global debate over AI regulation. No one disagrees that it makes sense for the U.S. and China to talk about the risks of letting AI run nuclear command and control; perhaps more interesting (and puzzling) is China’s interest in talking about AI and military drones.
Speaking of AI, Paul reports on Sam Altman’s defenestration from OpenAI and soft landing at Microsoft. Appropriately, Bing Image Creator provides the artwork for the latest Cybertoonz commentary.
I cover the flap over TikTok videos promoting Osama Bin Laden’s letter justifying the 9/11 attack.
Jordan and I discuss reports that Applied Materials is facing a cr
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