7 leading AI companies commit to safe, transparent AI development

21/07/2023 | US Government

The US government has secured voluntary commitments from seven leading artificial intelligence (AI) companies to support the safe, secure, and transparent development of AI technology. The list of companies, Amazon, Anthropic, Google, Meta, Microsoft and OpenAI, have agreed to conduct internal and external security testing of their AI systems before release, sharing information on managing AI risks, and investing in safeguards. The US government consulted with allies and partners on these voluntary commitments and is working to establish a strong international framework to govern the use of AI.

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