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Bigtech Gets A Groundbreaking AI Safety Fund

Chris Meserole appointed by Bigtechs

Following the creation of the Frontier Model Forum earlier this year, Anthropic, Google, Microsoft, and OpenAI appointed Chris Meserole as its first Executive Director. They also launched a $10 million AI Safety Fund to promote AI safety research.

Chris Meserole has extensive expertise in technology policy, focusing on managing and safeguarding developing technologies and their future uses. Meserole now promotes AI safety research to assure appropriate frontier model development and reduce hazards. He would also determine advanced AI model safety best practices.

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Meserole was excited for the challenges ahead, emphasizing the necessity to securely design and analyze sophisticated AI models. Chris Meserole stated he was thrilled to challenge the Frontier Model Forum.

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How will the forum proceed?

The Frontier Model Forum aims to encourage responsible AI development and assist efforts to address important social concerns by sharing expertise with policymakers, academia, civil society, and other stakeholders.

As AI capabilities improve, university study on AI safety is needed, according to the release. The AI Safety Fund, founded by Anthropic, Google, Microsoft, OpenAI, and philanthropic partners such as the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Eric Schmidt, and Jan Tallinn, has over $10 million in first investment commitment.

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The AI Safety Fund supports independent academic, research, and entrepreneurial researchers worldwide. Model assessments and red teaming will be used to examine frontier AI systems’ possibly harmful powers. This financing should improve safety and security and help businesses, governments, and civil society handle AI issues.

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Frontier AI laboratories

Frontier AI laboratories are also developing a responsible disclosure mechanism to discuss flaws and possibly hazardous capabilities in frontier AI models and their mitigations. Collective research will be a case study for responsible disclosure process improvement.

The Frontier Model Forum plans to form an Advisory Board with different viewpoints and skills to guide its strategy and goals.

Grants are expected once the AI Safety Fund issues its first request for applications in the coming months.

The Forum will disseminate technical results when they become available. They also want to work with the Partnership on AI, MLCommons, and other leading NGOs, government agencies, and multinational organizations to responsibly develop and safely use AI for society.

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