OpenAI CEO’s ouster brings EU regulatory debate into focus

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By Martin Coulter and Supantha Mukherjee LONDON (Reuters) – As the European Union edges closer to passing a wide-ranging set of laws governing artificial intelligence, lawmakers and experts say the surprise ousting of OpenAI CEO Sam Altman underscores the need for strict rules. Altman, cofounder of the startup that last year kicked off the generative AI boom, was abruptly fired by OpenAI’s board last week, sending shockwaves through the tech World and prompting employees to make threats of a mass resignation at the company. Across the Atlantic, the European Commission, the European Parliament …

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