The world's first AI Security Summit was held, and 28 countries signed the "Bletchley Declaration"
The world's first AI Security Summit was held yesterday at Bletchley Park in the UK. 28 countries, including China, the United States and the European Union, signed the "Bletchley AI Declaration".
The "Bletchley AI Declaration" calls for and advocates a people-centered approach, and hopes that AI research institutions, companies, etc. will design, develop and use AI in a responsible manner.
The Declaration affirms the huge potential of AI to improve human welfare, but also warns of intentional or unintentional harm caused by the development of AI, and hopes to avoid related risks through regulations and other means.
This AI Security Summit lasts for two days. In addition to government representatives from more than 20 countries, there are also 7 international multilateral organizations, as well as more than 80 academic and scientific research institutions, enterprises and citizen organizations.
According to the official agenda, many institutions such as the British Alan Turing Institute, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, well-known companies such as British DeepMind, American Google, Chinese Tencent, and Alibaba, as well as many well-known figures in the field of AI Experts attended the summit, focusing on the risks that AI technology may bring.
Wu Zhaohui, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology of China, spoke at the opening ceremony and said that China is willing to strengthen dialogue and communication with all parties in the field of artificial intelligence security and contribute to the establishment of a governance framework for global participation and broad consensus. He said that all countries, big or small, have equal rights to develop and use artificial intelligence.