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Government’s trailblazing Institute for AI Safety to open doors in San Francisco

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Technology Secretary Michelle Donelan announces first AI Safety Institute overseas office in San Francisco.

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New independent Institute to steer UK semiconductor innovation and support semiconductor strategy

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UK Semiconductor Institute announced to support key components of the government’s Semiconductor Strategy.

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UK-Canada science of AI safety partnership

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A strategic framework to advanced science of AI safety cooperation between the UK and Canada.

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AI Seoul Summit programme

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Programme and participants list for AI Seoul Summit 2024 co-hosted by the Republic of Korea and the United Kingdom on the 21 and 22 May.

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Participants list (governments and organisations) added.

Systemic AI Safety fast grants

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This programme will fund researchers who will collaborate with the UK government to advance systemic approaches to AI Safety.

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Japan: UK Science and Innovation Network summary

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A summary from UK Science and Innovation Network (SIN) on science and innovation in Japan including UK SIN priorities and successes.

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USA: UK Science and Innovation Network summary

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A summary from UK Science and Innovation Network (SIN) on science and innovation in the USA including UK SIN priorities and successes.

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Summary has been fully reviewed and updated.

Belgium: UK Science and Innovation Network summary

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A summary from UK Science and Innovation Network (SIN) on science and innovation in Belgium including UK SIN priorities and successes.

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First published.

Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act receives Royal Assent

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The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Act has become law after receiving Royal Assent.

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