Taking place at Bletchley Park, the home of modern computing.
about the AI Safety Summit
AI will produce immense societal benefits, but also carries serious risks.
The aim of the summit is to ensure the safe and reliable development and use of frontier AI globally, balancing opportunities and challenges.
The Summit will bring together:
Leading AI nations
Researchers and civil society
Day 1 is dedicated to expert discussions involving civil society and Digital Ministers.
Day 2 will bring together world leaders.
The five objectives of the summit are:
Agree a shared understanding of the risks posed by frontier AI, and the need for international action.
Identify and agree appropriate measures which individual organisations should take to increase frontier AI safety.
Showcase how ensuring the safe development of AI will enable AI to be used for good.
Agree a forward process for international collaboration on frontier AI safety, including how best to support national and international frameworks.
Agree work is needed to test and evaluate future models.
WHAT ABOUT OTHER
INTERNATIONAL AI GOVERNANCE EFFORTS?
The UK contributes to a range of important discussions on AI, including through the G7 Hiroshima AI Process, the Council of Europe, the OECD, the Global Partnership for AI (GPAI), UNESCO, the G20, and Standards Development Organisations (SDOs).
The Summit will complement these initiatives and add genuine value by providing the opportunity for: