Government trying to formalise AI risks before November summit

Downing Street officials are on a world tour seeking formal agreement on an AI statement

Tom Allen
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Government trying to formalise AI risks before November summit

Government officials are in discussion with world leaders as they try to agree on a formal statement about the risks of artificial intelligence, before next month's AI Safety Summit.

Rishi Sunak's advisers have travelled to China, the EU and USA as they try to draw up a final version of a communique to be shared at the summit on 1st and 2nd November. They are also trying to ...

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