At this year’s Bilderberg Meeting – an annual secret meeting of the Western political and business elite – the issue of artificial intelligence featured prominently. The meeting will be attended by leaders of companies leading in the development of artificial intelligence, such as OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
Participants include the Director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Jane Easterly, the President of the World Economic Forum, Borg Brende, and the CEO of vaccine manufacturer Pfizer, Albert Bourla. List of participants already It can be found on the site.
Artificial intelligence has become a topic of buzz in recent months, after an AI-enabled chatbot called ChatGPT, developed by Microsoft-funded startup OpenAI, quickly gained popularity. Its CEO, Altman, testified earlier this week before the US Congress, where it was revealed that they are preparing to regulate artificial intelligence technologies in the US.
About 130 participants from 23 countries are expected to attend the meeting, which began on Thursday and ends today. It is a good thing that it turned out in time that influential people in serious decision-making positions were making a group trip to Lisbon, and ordinary citizens could not figure out what was said in theory at a completely informal meeting of the global elite. There is nothing to know, because the ex-Google leader is throwing a good cocktail party with some EU bureaucrats and other corporate friends. It hasn’t been about anything else for 70 years now.
The Annual Meeting was created in 1954, ostensibly to facilitate dialogue between North America and Europe. About two-thirds of the participants come from Europe, and the majority are government and political actors. But there are plenty of mainstream media journalists out there, even though they are not practicing their profession.
“A Bilderberg meeting is a forum for informal discussions on important issues. Meetings are held under the Chatham House rule, which states that participants are free to use the information they receive, but the identity or affiliation of the speaker(s) or other participants cannot be revealed.” – says the press release of the meeting. When two or more influential people sit down to talk, it’s nothing casual.
“Friendly thinker. Wannabe social media geek. Extreme student. Total troublemaker. Web evangelist. Tv advocate.”
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