Introducing the guidelines for secure AI

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Introducing the guidelines for secure AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems have the potential to bring many benefits to society. However, for the opportunities of AI to be fully realised, it must be developed, deployed and operated in a secure and responsible way.

On 1st and 2nd November 2023, the UK hosted the first AI Safety Summit which brought together governments, leading technology organisations, academia and civil society to inform rapid national and international action at the frontier of AI development. The summit, building on events across the international community (such as the EU’s AI Act and the G7 Hiroshima AI Process) agreed The Bletchley Declaration. The declaration acknowledges the need for inclusive and collaborative action to address risks around the most advanced and cutting edge ‘frontier’ AI.

On cyber security, the summit stressed the importance of a ‘secure by design’ approach to AI development, which is the key principle behind new” title=”Guidelines for secure AI system development” target=”_self”>Guidelines for secure AI system development, published today by the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and 21 other international agencies (listed below).

Original Source: ncsc[.]gov[.]uk

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