Limerick’s Collison appointed to AI advisory council

Stripe co-founder Patrick Collison.

LIMERICK’s Stripe co-founder Patrick Collison has been appointed to Mark Zuckerberg’s new AI advisory council.

He is one of four appointed to the unpaid position.

The council is tasked with advising the Meta management team on AI and other technology advances within the company.

The Meta Advisory Group will be made up of Collison; former GitHub CEO Nat Friedman; Shopify CEO Tobi Lütke; and Charlie Songhurst, an investor and former Microsoft executive.

“I’ve come to deeply respect this group of people and their achievements in their respective areas, and I’m grateful that they’re willing to share their perspectives with Meta at such an important time as we take on new opportunities with AI and the metaverse,” Zuckerberg wrote in the internal note to employees.

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