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AI news: Nvidia's Crucial Role in A.I. Sparks Calls for U.S. Regulation

The landscape of artificial intelligence (A.I.) regulation is a complex terrain, and one of the leading figures in the A.I. world has a bold suggestion: utilize Nvidia, a critical player in the field, to help shape global A.I. regulations. Mustafa Suleyman, co-founder of DeepMind and Inflection AI, sees Nvidia's technology as a practical chokepoint that the United States can leverage to influence the direction of A.I. regulation worldwide. Nvidia is no stranger to the A.I. arena. Its processors play a pivotal role in training large language models, which power A.I. applications like OpenAI's ChatGPT and Google's Bard. This puts Nvidia in a unique position, making its products an essential element of the A.I. ecosystem. Suleyman believes that this position of influence could be harnessed by the United States to exert its control over the development and regulation of A.I. Speaking to the Financial Times, Suleyman stated, "Nvidia's processors are an incredibly practi