Mark Zuckerberg Discusses AI with Japanese Prime Minister

22 views
Mark Zuckerberg met with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida to address artificial intelligence challenges.
Mark Zuckerberg met with Japanese PM Fumio Kishida to address artificial intelligence challenges.

Meta Platforms Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg discussed artificial intelligence issues with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Tuesday during the Facebook founder’s trip through Asia.

Productive Conversation on AI:

“We had a good, productive conversation about AI and the future of technology,” Zuckerberg said briefly to reporters at Tokyo’s prime minister’s residence. He left without asking questions.

Also Read: Google Raises Concerns Over Microsoft’s Cloud Computing Practices

Follow-Up Plans in South Korea:

The meeting followed reports that Zuckerberg would visit South Korea at the end of this month to discuss AI with Samsung Electronics chairman Jay Y. Lee and possibly meet South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol.

Meta, the operator of Facebook, confirmed last week that Zuckerberg was planning to visit South Korea.

Japan’s AI Development Efforts:

Japan’s government and corporate sector are racing to catch up in AI development. In the past year, Kishida has met with OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang to discuss AI regulation and infrastructure.

James Adam

James Adam, a noted business writer for CEO Times Magazine, specializes in insightful industry analysis and executive profiles. Known for his clear, concise style, James offers readers an expert perspective on global business trends and market dynamics.

Previous Story

Google Raises Concerns Over Microsoft’s Cloud Computing Practices

Next Story

Polestar Secures $950 Million Loan Amid Funding Transition

Latest from Technology