Elon Musk is taking part in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Summit in the UK. According to him, the purpose of the discussion is to establish a third-party referee that could oversee companies developing artificial intelligence and sound the alarm if they have concerns.
The UK’s Artificial Intelligence Summit kicked off on Wednesday. It brought together political leaders and executives from leading artificial intelligence companies to forge an international agreement on how to ensure the safe and responsible development of rapidly evolving technologies. This issue is important to ensure the safe development of technology.
The summit is taking place on November 1-2 at Bletchley Park. Government officials and companies from around the world are there to provide a wide-ranging discussion on this important issue. Participants include US Vice President Kamala Harris, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Tesla and xAI CEO Elon Musk, Microsoft President Brad Smith, Google Deepmind CEO Demis Hassabis, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman, and many others.
Elon Musk said on Wednesday that the UK’s first AI Safety Summit wanted to establish a “third-party” referee that could oversee companies developing artificial intelligence and sound the alarm if they have concerns.
“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, that can observe what leading AI companies are doing and at least sound the alarm if they have concerns,” he told reporters as he attended the summit in person, according to Reuters.
“I don’t know what necessarily the fair rules are, but you’ve got to start with insight before you do oversight,” Musk said.
“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,” he added. “I think that’s unlikely to happen.”