UK and USA sign joint agreement on AI safety

But regulatory approaches still differ

Tom Allen
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UK and USA sign joint agreement on AI safety

The UK and USA have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to co-develop tests for AI models - the first countries in the world to formalise a co-operative agreement on how to assess the risks of artificial intelligence.

The agreement, signed on Easter Monday by technology secretary Michelle Donelan and US commerce secretary Gina Raimondo, sets out how the countries will work together by pooling technical talent, i...

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