The second global AI summit ensured security commitments from companies

Sixteen companies leading the development of artificial intelligence resolved at a global meeting Tuesday to develop the technology safely, even as regulators struggle to deal with rapid innovation and emerging risks  are.  
 These companies included US pioneers Google, Meta, Microsoft and OpenAI, as well as companies from China, South Korea and the United Arab Emirates.  
 A virtual meeting hosted by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol was supported by sweeping declarations from the major economies of the Group of Seven (G7), the European Union, Singapore, Australia and South Korea.

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