UK Government publishes report on AI capabilities and risks

25/10/2023 | UK Government

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has called for global responsibility towards the risks and opportunities of artificial intelligence (AI). The UK government has published its first-ever report on the capabilities and risks of frontier AI, which will be discussed at the upcoming Global AI Safety Summit at Bletchley Park next week. The AI summit aims to foster a shared global understanding of the risks posed by AI, and to highlight the need for countries worldwide to understand the pitfalls presented by frontier AI to unlock its enormous benefits. The report is part of the government's efforts to lead the way globally on AI safety and ensure that AI can improve people's lives, public services, and economic growth and productivity. The Prime Minister is expected to address AI-related fears and risks in his upcoming speech. The report is divided into three parts and covers frontier AI capabilities, risks, and potential scenarios for AI until 2030.

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