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UK-Canada cooperation in AI compute: memorandum of understanding

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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and Canada on AI compute.

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Dual agreements cement UK-Canada science and innovation ties

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A new agreement on AI compute, one of the fundamental building blocks which sits at the heart of how AI is used and developed.

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International Scientific Report on Advanced AI Safety: expert advisory panel and principles and procedures

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How an international expert advisory panel will advise on the International AI Safety Report using a set of principles and procedures.

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International expertise to drive International AI Safety Report

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International expertise will drive forward the first edition of the International Scientific Report on Advanced AI Safety.

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Engineering Biology Sandbox Fund

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This fund will support innovative engineering biology sandboxes which aim to accelerate pro-innovation regulatory reform and encourage business innovation and investment.

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Multichannel campaign blitz begins to seize £82 billion Horizon Europe opportunities for innovation, jobs, and global impact

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A new campaign launched to encourage UK businesses, academics and researchers to apply for Horizon Europe funding kicks off today (Monday 29 January).

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UK cyber governance project

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Government has commissioned Arculus Ltd to undertake a pilot project to support directors of UK organisations to improve how they govern cyber security risk.

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Updated to reflect the now-published draft Cyber Governance Code of Practice.

Cyber security management information

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Management information and statistics on cyber security programmes run by the Department for Science, Innovation and Technology.

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