Sam Altman: CEO of OpenAI calls for US to regulate artificial intelligence

Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT, testified before a US Senate committee on Tuesday about the possibilities - and pitfalls - of the new technology.

BBC reports in a matter of months, several AI models have entered the market.

Mr Altman said a new agency should be formed to license AI companies.

ChatGPT and other similar programmes can create incredibly human-like answers to questions - but can also be wildly inaccurate.

HP launches premier dealership in PNG

Remington Group CEO Peter Goodwin said is the first time HP has signed a premier dealership outside Australia, or in any other Pacific Island nation.

He said Remington is proud to celebrate its new Premier Business Solutions PNG dealership.

“It is significant, not only for us as a group, but for Papua New Guinea as the first and only HP Premier Dealership in the region as well.”

New PNGRFL boss looking forward to challenge

Rau was the treasurer of the PNGRFL since 2012 until his official appointment as CEO last night.

“It’s going to be an interesting journey. I am looking forward to the challenge.

“Being on the board for the last three years, I was part and parcel of the governance restructuring of the PNGRFL as treasurer.

“I was also in charge of the finance and audit committee of the PNGRFL and we since 2013 until now have done a lot of reformation, a lot of restructuring.

Aqorau to step down as PNA CEO

RNZI reports the eight member nations which make up the powerful fisheries bloc controls waters where 50 percent of the world's supply of skipjack tuna is caught.

During Dr Aqorau's term, revenue accruing to the eight island members of PNA has skyrocketed from US$60 million in 2010 to an estimated US$400 million last year.

Twitter gives co-founder Jack Dorsey a 2nd chance as CEO

The hiring revealed Monday in a regulatory filing ends Twitter's three-month search for a new leader. It marks Dorsey's second stint as CEO since he helped start the San Francisco company more than nine years ago with Evan Williams, Biz Stone and Noah Glass.

Twitter dumped Dorsey his first time around, but its board of directors is now convinced he has the maturity and expertise to fix the problems that have caused the company's stock to lose nearly half its value in the past five months.