When world leaders, tech leaders and academics gather for Britain’s AI Safety Summit in November their focus will be on controlling risks at the frontier of AI development. The summit will seek to address the concern that the most powerful AI systems could pose risks humans struggle to foresee. This could either be from their misuse, such as allowing malicious actors to design bioweapons, or from their acting in ways which evade human control or understanding once deployed.
AI Safety Summit: Can Britain write the AI rulebook?
Britain should seize the summit’s opportunity to take on a problem-solving role in the global effort on AI governance, writes Olivia O’Sullivan.