Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, the American IT giant that operates Facebook and other companies, met with Prime Minister Kishida at the Prime Minister's Office.

After the meeting, he told reporters, ``We had a fruitful discussion about AI.''

Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, which operates Facebook and Instagram, visited the Prime Minister's Office on the evening of the 27th wearing a suit and tie and met with Prime Minister Kishida.

The meeting lasted about 30 minutes, and according to government officials, opinions were exchanged about the risks of generated AI, and CEO Zuckerberg expressed interest in investing in Japan.

After the meeting, CEO Zuckerberg told reporters, ``We had a fruitful conversation about the future of AI and technology. I'm very excited about what's happening in Japan.''

As the competition to develop generative AI intensifies among major American IT companies, Meta is strengthening its business by widely disclosing its basic technology, while at the same time asking each company to ensure safety and privacy. There are increasing calls for measures to protect them.

Over the past few days, CEO Zuckerberg has become a hot topic of conversation by posting photos of himself eating at a hamburger chain on his SNS and videos of him trying out a Japanese sword.