UK’s AI Safety Summit
The UK government has published “Bletchley Declaration“, an international agreement between 28 countries including Nigeria, China, United State of America (USA), United Kingdom (UK), Israel, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and the six EU countries to tackle the future risk of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The meetings titled “UK’s AI Safety Summit“, was held in Bletchley Park, England, on November 1 and 2, where leaders of the 28 nations gathered to sign a commitment to tackle the future risk of Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Bletchley Declaration is a shared agreement that’s establishing international corporation and responsibility on the risks and opportunities of advance AI, including in cybersecurity, banking and financial services, retail and e-commerce and biotechnology.
According to the shared agreement, AI “has the potential to transform and enhance human wellbeing” and at the same time, it can cause “substantial risks which may arise from potential intentional misuse or unintended issues of control relating to alignment with human intent”.
Hence, the UK government has joined hands with other countries authority to monitor/regulate artificial intelligence (AI) not only for its potential risks and also for its development/advancement in such a way that can promote inclusive economic growth, protect human rights and fundamental freedoms, and to foster public trust and confidence in AI systems to fully realise their full potentials.
However, the 28 nations’ leaders have agreed to accomplish the first two Agenda for regulating the future risks of advance AI. The Agenda includes, identifying AI safety risks of shared concern and building respective risk-based policies across their nations. Additional, the leaders also concluded that they will build cross-country policies to mitigate the AI’s risk.