On the recent Bletchley summit, some British officials had hoped other countries would agree to establish a UK based AI task force, to test new models from around the world before they are released to the public. But instead, Raimondo used the summit to announce a separate American AI Safety Institute within the country's National Institute of Standards and Technology. This article explores the need for international and collaborative effort, led by the new American AI Safety Institute, on regualting AI systems to be more ethical , and to safeguard individual privacy while complying with existing privacy standards. The study concludes that these algorithms effectively enhance privacy protection while balancing the utility of AI with the need to protect personal data. This requires a comprehensive approach that combines technological innovation with ethical and regulatory strategies to harness the power of AI in a way that respects and protects individual privacy.
Ethics and Responsible AI Deployment
During a recent interview, UK minister Amanda Solloway and US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo praised the partnership between the UK and the US safety institute, dismissing any suggestion of a split between the two countries on which country should take the global lead on AI regulation. Meanwhile, the EU is passing an AI bill to develop a set of principles for regulation and bring in rules for specific technologies, such as live facial recognition.