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on — OpenAI has announced that it has formed a new committee focused on “safety and security” as the ChatGPT-maker said it has begun to train a next-generation artificial intelligence model.

In a statement, the Microsoft-backed group said the committee will be “responsible for making recommendations to the full Board on critical safety and security decisions for OpenAI projects and operations.”

OpenAI Chief Executive Sam Altman and Chair Bret Taylor are both serving on the committee, along with directors Adam D’Angelo and Nicole Seligman.

The company said the committee members will be tasked with evaluating and “further develop[ing]” OpenAI’s processes and safeguards over the next 90 days. At the end of this period, the members will share their recommendations with the full board.

OpenAI, which faces intensifying competition from the likes of Alphabet-owned Google (NASDAQ:) and Elon Musk’s xAI, is also moving to reassure lawmakers that it pursuing the responsible development of AI.

Former chief Scientist Ilya Sutskever and Jan Leike, a leader on OpenaI’s Superalignment team aimed at ensuring that AI performs only its intended objectives, both stepped down from their roles earlier this month. The Superalignment team has also been disbanded, according to CNBC.

San Francisco-based OpenAI, which on Tuesday also said that its latest AI systems will “bring us to the next level of capabilities,” noted that it “welcomes a robust debate” around the safety of the nascent technology.

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