It aims to ensure open communication about the risks associated with artificial intelligence.

The group, which includes leading experts Yoshua Bengio and Geoffrey Hinton, is demanding the protection of insider information, an end to anonymous leak channels and strict confidentiality agreements.

The initiative follows the publication of a report alleging that OpenAI threatened employees with being deprived of their shares if they did not sign a confidentiality agreement. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman expressed confusion about the terms, saying he wasn’t aware of it.

Coalition members believe holding companies accountable requires employees being able to speak freely about the risks of AI. They argue that companies’ voluntary disclosures are not enough to ensure transparency.

Source: Ferra

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