The first artificial intelligence security summit was held in Britain.

  Xinhua News Agency, Blackley Park, UK, November 1st (Reporter Guo Shuang Adrian Xu) The first global artificial intelligence security summit was held in Blackley Park, UK on November 1st. Representatives from the United States, Britain, the European Union, China and India will discuss the risks and opportunities brought about by the rapid development of artificial intelligence technology during the two-day session.

  According to the official agenda, many institutions such as alan turing Research Institute, China Academy of Sciences, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, British "Deep Thinking" Company, American Google Company, China Tencent Company, Alibaba Company and other well-known experts in the field of artificial intelligence, such as Yang Likun (Chinese name), Joshua Benjo and Jeffrey Hinton, will attend the summit, focusing on the possible risks brought by artificial intelligence technology and discussing it at the same time.

  Wu Zhaohui, Vice Minister of Science and Technology of China, led a delegation to attend the meeting and delivered a speech at the opening ceremony of the summit. At the third "One Belt, One Road" international cooperation summit forum held recently in Beijing, China put forward the Global Initiative on Artificial Intelligence Governance, which systematically expounded the plan of artificial intelligence governance in China around the development, security and governance of artificial intelligence.

  Located about 80km north of London, Blackley Garden was the center of British code deciphering during World War II, and was later opened as a museum.