Saudi Gazette report
LONDON — Saudi Arabia has actively contributed to world discussions on the way forward for Synthetic Intelligence (AI) on the lately concluded AI Security Summit 2023 in the UK.
Dr. Abdullah bin Sharaf Al-Ghamdi, the President of the Saudi Information and Synthetic Intelligence Authority (SDAIA), participated in discussions with distinguished expertise, science, and AI ministers, in addition to high-ranking officers concerned in shaping worldwide collaboration on AI.
Key conferences in the course of the occasion included discussions with the UK Secretary of State for Science, Innovation, and Expertise Michelle Donelan, and the Dutch Minister for Digitalization, Alexandra van Huffelen.
The summit served as a big platform, bringing collectively authorities officers, main AI firms, civil-society teams, and consultants for the first-ever world gathering of its form. Its main aim was to ascertain a typical understanding of the dangers related to AI, laying the groundwork for worldwide cooperation and outlining mandatory measures for its protected deployment.
Saudi Arabia’s dedication to lively participation in world AI dialogues is clear, underscored by its current inclusion within the UN Synthetic Intelligence Advisory Board. This dedication ensures that AI advantages everybody, and SDAIA continues to play a vital function in spearheading the protected and moral deployment of AI within the Kingdom, whereas advocating for a standardized worldwide strategy to moral AI governance.