Google introduces Secure AI Framework

09/06/2023 | Google

Google has launched the Secure AI Framework (SAIF), which it claims provides a set of clear industry security standards for artificial intelligence systems, including generative AI, ensuring that these powerful technologies are used responsibly and for the greater good. 

Inspired by security best practices, such as reviewing, testing and controlling the supply chain applied to software development combined with risks specific to AI systems. 

Commenting on the announcement, SC Media writes that while SAIF is a good start, a lot of work lies ahead. 

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