Mark Zuckerberg and Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida discussed issues related to artificial intelligence, Reuters reports.

“We had a good, productive conversation about AI and the future of technology,” Zuckerberg said in brief comments to reporters at the prime minister’s residence in Tokyo.

The meeting between Zuckerberg and Kishida confirmed rumors that the Meta CEO will visit South Korea at the end of this month to discuss the topic of artificial intelligence with Samsung Electronics and possibly meet with the South Korean president.

Last week, Meta confirmed that Zuckerberg plans to visit South Korea.

Japan’s government and corporate sector are in a race to get back into rhythm along the development of artificial intelligence.

Last year Kishida met with OpenAI CEO Sam Altman and Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang to discuss AI regulation and infrastructure.

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