6 December @ 11:00 - 12:00
In November, the Government held an international AI Safety Summit, bringing together industry and international governments to understand how AI can be developed safely. Following the Summit, the parties involved published the Bletchley Declaration, highlighting that there is “a unique moment to act and affirm the need for the safe development of AI and for the transformative opportunities of AI to be used for good and for all, in an inclusive manner in our countries and globally”.
The ITS UK Data Forum session, taking place on 6 December, will ask what the Summit and Declaration mean for transport. There will be a presentation from Forum Officers Dave Weston, Chris Hutchins and David Trousdale of WSP on ‘Frontier AI in Transport’, followed by an interactive discussion on the subject.
We will also take a quick look back on our 2023 activity and look forward to our future events planned for 2024.
This one hour online session from the Data Forum will feature a presentation followed by an interactive discussion led by our Forum officers on the topic of “Frontier AI in Transport,” a theme that was explored at the recent UK AI Safety Summit.
Welcome and introductions
Presentation and interactive discussion on the topic of ‘Frontier AI in Transport’
Forum Recap of 2023 and future plans for 2024