London (EMS). While technology is beneficial, it also has disadvantages. No one can even imagine how disastrous the consequences would be if technology is misused. Many types of threats are also being heard regarding Artificial Intelligence (AI). To ensure that nothing like this happens, experts from all over the world are going to come together in Britain and brainstorm on this issue. More than 100 world leaders, tech giants, academics and researchers will gather in Britain next week to discuss ways to tackle them, led by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.
US President Joe Biden is reportedly going to deploy several federal agencies next week to monitor the risks of AI and develop new uses of the technology through an executive order. US Vice President Kamala Harris, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and many other leaders are likely to attend the two-day ‘AI Security Summit’ in the UK. According to the BBC, their aim is to take part in the discussion about the best way to maximize the benefits of this powerful technology while minimizing the risks.
In a recent report the UK government listed some worrying potential threats of AI, including bio-terrorism, cyber attacks and deepfake images of child sexual abuse. Apparently, Sunak has a plan, and it’s an ambitious one, to deal with AI risks. He wants to establish the UK as a global leader for AI safety, the report noted. According to the report, through an executive order Biden is expected to pave the way for the use of more AI in almost every aspect of life touched by the federal government, from health care to education, business to housing and more. The report noted, ‘For example, Biden’s order specifically directs the Federal Trade Commission to focus on anti-competitive behavior and consumer harm in the AI industry, which Chairwoman Lina Khan has already publicly stated. have formally adopted