Britain To Host Global Meeting On AI November 2023
Global AI meeting will be held in England, in November 2023. (photo: twitter @RishiSunak)

Britain will host a global meeting on artificial intelligence (AI) in the former UK World War II codebreaker's home in November. This was done when British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak was active in promoting his country as a global leader in maintaining the rapid security of technology.

The meeting will take place on November 1 and 2 at Bletchley Park, a site in Milton Keynes in which mathematician Alan Turing managed to break theIGIA code of Nazi Germany, the government announced on Thursday, August 24.

Bletchley Park - the home of coding, and now the host of the world's first summit on AI safety. AI can transform our lives, but we must drive international action to agree on how to develop it safely & safely.Im looking forward to those discussions in November.

The executives of technology companies, government officials and academics will meet to consider the risks associated with AI and discuss how these risks can be managed.

According to a government official who does not wish to be named, this meeting is likely to discuss issues such as how to prevent the use of AI to spread misinformation during general elections and the use of this technology in warfare.

"England has long been a place for future technologies, so there is no better place to host a first global AI safety meeting other than at Bletchley Park," Sunak said.

In June, Sunak announced that Britain would hold this meeting after meeting with US President Joe Biden in Washington, in the hope that Britain could become an intellectual and geographical center in AI regulations.

Governments around the world are struggling to control the potential negative impact of AI without hindering innovation.

Technologic and expert entrepreneur Matt Clifford and Jonathan Black, former senior diplomat and national security adviser, have been appointed to lead preparations for the meeting.

Britain has chosen to share the responsibility of AI regulations between agencies that oversee competition, human rights and health and safety, rather than creating new bodies dedicated to this technology.

Leaders of the economy of the Group of Seven (G7), which consists of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the European Union, in May have called for standard adoption in creating reliable AI and establishing a ministerial forum called the Hiroshima AI process.

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