Sam Altman: CEO of OpenAI calls for US to regulate artificial intelligence

Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, testified before a US Senate committee on Tuesday about the possibilities - and pitfalls - of the new technology.

BBC reports in a matter of months, several AI models have entered the market.

Mr Altman said a new agency should be formed to license AI companies.

ChatGPT and other similar programmes can create incredibly human-like answers to questions - but can also be wildly inaccurate.

Tom Hanks: I could appear in movies after death with AI technology

The Forrest Gump and Cast Away actor said the technology could be used to recreate his image, ensuring he continued to appear in movies "from now until kingdom come".

But he admitted the developments posed artistic and legal challenges.

BBC reports his remarks came as the Pet Shop Boys' Neil Tennant said AI could be used by musicians to complete songs.

Google uses AI to help diagnose breast cancer

Google announced Friday that it has achieved state-of-the-art results in using artificial intelligence to identify breast cancer. The findings are a reminder of the rapid advances in artificial intelligence, and its potential to improve global health.

Facebook, Microsoft, IBM, Amazon, DeepMind announce the biggest partnership on AI

 AI creations can write captions for images, create trailers for moviesdiagnose cancer, etc. There has been a lot of development in this field.