Elon Musk Claims that AI Safety Summit Aims to Create ‘Third-Party Referee’

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Elon Musk Claims that AI Safety Summit Aims to Create 'Third-Party Referee'
Elon Musk Claims that AI Safety Summit Aims to Create 'Third-Party Referee'

Musk stated that the AI Safety Summit aims to establish a “third-party referee” to oversee firms researching artificial intelligence.

Elon Musk said on Wednesday that the inaugural AI Safety Summit in the United Kingdom aimed to create a “third-party referee” to oversee firms researching artificial intelligence and raise the alarm if they had issues.

“What we’re really aiming for here is to establish a framework for insight so that there’s at least a third-party referee, an independent referee, who can observe what leading AI companies are doing and, at the very least, sound the alarm if they have concerns,” the billionaire entrepreneur told reporters at Bletchley Park in central England.

“I don’t know what necessarily the fair rules are, but you’ve got to start with insight before you do oversight,” Musk remarked at the time.

Musk’s comments come after Britain published a declaration signed by 28 countries and the European Union outlining a two-pronged plan centered on identifying AI-related hazards of shared concern, increasing scientific understanding of them, and developing cross-national measures to minimize them.

“I think there’s a lot of concern among people in the AI field that the government will sort of jump the gun on rules before knowing what to do,” Musk said in an interview.

“I think that’s unlikely to happen.”

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