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The UK government has invited bosses from some of the world’s biggest artificial intelligence firms to a meeting, people familiar with the matter said, as Prime Minister Rishi Sunak crafts a policy to manage the risks and benefits of the technology. 
The summit will be convened as soon as this month, with invitations likely for OpenAI chief Sam Altman and the leaders of Alphabet Inc.’s DeepMind and Anthropic, the people said. Sunak could be among officials in attendance, they said, requesting anonymity because the plans haven’t been finalized.


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