UK defends decision to invite China to AI summit in November

25/09/2023 | Financial Times

The UK government has highlighted the potential risks that artificial intelligence (AI) poses to the multilateral system while emphasising the need for countries to collaborate and regulate this technology. Speaking to the Financial Times (£) at the UN General Assembly in New York, Deputy Prime Minister Oliver Dowden and Foreign Secretary James Cleverly defended the decision to invite China to participate in the upcoming AI safety summit, stating that meaningful multilateralism cannot be achieved without engaging with China. The summit, scheduled for November at Bletchley Park, will provide an opportunity for countries to come together and discuss the societal-scale risks associated with AI.

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