The UK government has outlined its core objectives for the Artificial Intelligence Safety Summit, which will be held on Nov. 1 and 2 at Bletchley Park in England.
The summit will gather select countries and various technology, academic and nonprofit groups to discuss the safe advancement of AI.
The Department for Science, Innovation and Technology said the discussions will center on risks posed by the technology and its potential applications to improve people’s lives. Additionally, the summit will propose safety measures for organizations’ AI deployment efforts and demonstrate that regulated development policies would make the technology safe for global use.
The event will also promote a deeper and shared understanding of the possible dangers associated with AI technologies.
Through the summit, the U.K. wants to establish a global partnership to ensure that AI will remain safe and beneficial for all countries. The envisioned collaboration will support national and international frameworks to oversee the technology’s advancement, DIST said.