Artificial Intelligence Summit 27 other countries including India and the European Union came together on the platform to assess the risks associated with Artificial Intelligence. A meeting was held in the United Kingdom at which all 27 countries signed a declaration pledging to work together.
27 other countries, including India, and the European Union signed a declaration pledging to work together to assess the risks associated with Artificial Intelligence at a meeting in the United Kingdom.
The countries represented in this meeting included Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Saudi Arabia, Netherlands, Nigeria, Philippines, and Korea. The countries were the Republic of Rwanda, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the United States, and the European Union.
“Leading AI countries have reached the world’s first agreement on AI safety,” the official page of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak‘s office said on social media platform X.
28 countries participated in this meeting
The UK government issued a statement titled “The Bletchley Declaration” on Wednesday, which was signed by representatives from 28 participating countries, including the EU, and issued a dire warning about the dangers posed by the most sophisticated “frontier” artificial intelligence systems. Released. It goes on to say, “The 28 countries in the Bletchley Park Declaration agree on the opportunities, risks, and need for international action on frontier AI, identifying the systems that pose the most urgent and dangerous risks.”
There may be an increase in the use of AI
The Bletchley Park announcement also noted the importance of AI systems in various areas of daily routine such as housing, employment, transport, education, health, access, and justice, and said that their use is likely to see growth.
AI risks will be addressed at both national and international levels and emphasis will be placed on identifying AI security risks of shared concern and building a shared scientific and evidence-based understanding of these risks.
View AI through the lens of openness, security, trust, and accountability
Union Minister of State for Electronics and IT Rajeev Chandrashekhar, in his address at the world’s first global summit on Artificial Intelligence in the UK on Wednesday, said India views AI through the prism of openness, security, trust, and accountability.