China, US, and EU agree to work together on AI safety

China and the US agreed to work together with at least 25 other countries to mitigate any risks arising out of the progression of AI. 

The two countries, along with several other countries including the EU, India Germany,  and France, signed an agreement, dubbed Bletchley Declaration, at the UK AI Safety Summit to form a common line of thinking that would oversee the evolution of AI and ensure that the technology is advancing safely.

The agreement has been named after a place in London, which was home to code breakers during the Second World War. The Summit at which the agreement was signed was attended by various political leaders and chief executives of technology companies including Elon Musk and OpenAI’s Sam Altman.

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​ China and the US agreed to work together with at least 25 other countries to mitigate any risks arising out of the progression of AI. The two countries, along with several other countries including the EU, India Germany,  and France, signed an agreement, dubbed Bletchley Declaration, at the UK AI Safety Summit to form a common line of thinking that would oversee the evolution of AI and ensure that the technology is advancing safely.The agreement has been named after a place in London, which was home to code breakers during the Second World War. The Summit at which the agreement was signed was attended by various political leaders and chief executives of technology companies including Elon Musk and OpenAI’s Sam Altman.To read this article in full, please click here   Read More Computerworld 

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