AI Safety Institute makes AI testing platform available for general use

10/05/2024 | UK Government

On Friday, 10 May 2024, the UK Department for Science, Innovation and Technology (DSIT) and AI Safety Institute released Inspect, a new AI safety testing platform to strengthen and accelerate global safety evaluations. In making Inspect available for general use, the Institute hopes to accelerate global work on AI safety evaluations, ultimately leading to improved safety testing and the creation of more secure AI models. 

Inspect functions as a software library that allows organisations to assess specific capabilities of individual AI models and generate a score based on their findings. Inspect can be used to evaluate core knowledge, reasoning ability, and autonomous capabilities.

The platform is the first instance of a state-developed AI safety testing platform being made accessible for broader use.

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