Global leaders from 29 countries and the European Union met in Bletchley Park on Wednesday to discuss the risk of artificial intelligence and attempt to agree on how to manage the emerging technology. The first day of the AI Safety Summit culminated in the joint signing of a declaration that endorsed clamping down on unregulated AI development. The declaration emphasizes the importance of collectively identifying AI safety risks and fostering a science-based understanding of them, developing risk-based policies tailored to each country’s unique circumstances, and encouraging collaboration and transparency between governments. US President Joe Biden released a sweeping executive order regarding AI development in the US and other countries also signed the declaration. Generative AI models have revolutionized how people interact with complex information and tasks, but can also be used to spread misinformation and AI-generated deepfakes. The UN Secretary-General has sounded the alarm regarding the use of AI deepfakes fueling hate and violence. This is good news as it shows that global leaders are taking the issue of AI safety seriously, and there is a concerted effort to develop strategies to manage the rapid emergence of AI technology. #AISafety #AI #BletchleyDeclaration #AIDeepfakes

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