In a statement made by the US Department of Commerce, it was reported that the administration of US President Joe Biden established the first consortium for artificial intelligence security.
In the statement, it was stated that the consortium established within the US Artificial Intelligence Security Institute aims to develop and disseminate safe and reliable artificial intelligence.
MORE THAN 200 COMPANIES AND ORGANIZATIONS TOOK PART
Emphasizing that the US Artificial Intelligence Security Institute Consortium will bring together artificial intelligence creators, users, academics, government and industry researchers and non-governmental organizations, the statement said that more than 200 companies and organizations are included in the consortium.
The companies and organizations in the consortium are at the forefront of building and using the most advanced AI systems and hardware, the country's largest companies and most innovative startups that are building the fundamental understanding of how AI can and will transform society, civil society organizations, academic teams and professional representatives who are deeply engaged in the use of AI today, the statement said.
RISK MANAGEMENT, SAFETY AND SECURITY GUIDELINES WILL BE DEVELOPED
It was emphasized that the consortium will contribute to actions such as capacity assessment, risk management, and the development of guidelines on issues such as safety and security.US Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo also stated that the US government has an important role in setting the standards and developing the tools needed to reduce risks and capitalize on the potential of artificial intelligence.
ESTABLISHED TO SET SAFETY STANDARDS
Raimondo said the US Artificial Intelligence Security Institute Consortium was established to help realize the goals of setting security standards and protecting the innovation ecosystem.
OpenAI, Google, Microsoft, Meta, Apple, Amazon, Amazon, Nvidia, Anthropic, Palantir, Intel, IBM, Cisco Systems, Qualcomm, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Mastercard and Visa are among the companies participating in the consortium.