Mustafa Suleyman, the co-founder of Google DeepMind and CEO of Inflection AI, emphasized to the Financial Times the importance of the United States leveraging its chip technology leadership to establish global AI usage standards.
During an interview with the Financial Times, Suleyman proposed that tech companies, at the very least, should commit to adhering to the same principles previously endorsed by leading AI companies in their agreement with the White House earlier this year.
Suleyman stated, "The US should require that any entity utilizing Nvidia chips not only adheres to the voluntary commitments but, more likely, extends their compliance beyond that."
The Biden administration has broadened its restrictions on the export of artificial intelligence chips from Nvidia and Advanced Micro Devices, extending beyond China to encompass other regions, including select Middle Eastern countries.
Suleyman's remarks come in the wake of recent concerns voiced by UK Members of Parliament, who have expressed worries that the UK's aspirations to lead global AI regulation could be jeopardized if new regulations are introduced in November.