Britain hosts first global AI security summit
Britain will host a global artificial intelligence security summit later this year, the British government said, adding that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and US President Joe Biden would also discuss it during today's meeting.
The summit will discuss the risks posed by artificial intelligence, including border systems, and discuss how they can be mitigated through internationally coordinated action, the British government said in a statement.
Several governments are considering how to mitigate the dangers of the new technology, which has seen a boom in investment and consumer popularity in recent months following the release of OpenAI's ChatGPT.
That includes China, where the government is trying to initiate regulations on artificial intelligence, according to billionaire Elon Musk, who met with officials during his recent trip to China.
Regulators around the world are scrambling to draft rules to govern the use of artificial intelligence, which can generate text and images, whose impact has been compared to the advent of the Internet.
Sunak, who is visiting the United States, will meet with Biden at the White House today.