Anna Gausen is a co-author on a newly published research paper, ‘The Rapid Rise of Generative AI: Assessing Risks to Safety and Security’ by the Centre for Emerging Technologies and Security (CETaS) at the Alan Turing Institute.
This CETaS Research Report examines the implications of generative AI for national security. The findings and recommendations are based on a combination of openly available literature and research interviews with more than 50 experts across government, academia, industry, and civil society.To the authors’ knowledge, the report represents the most comprehensive publicly available UK-based study on the national security implications of generative AI.
The report gives an overview of generative AI and the different categories of security that it threatens, e.g. digital, political and physical security. The report also provides concrete recommendations and case studies.
The aim of the research paper is to inform UK security policy through evidence-based, interdisciplinary research on generative AI risk. CETaS is supported by an expert Steering Committee of policymakers and practitioners who guide the focus of these papers to ensure they are impactful.
Anna Gausen has been involved with this research whilst being an enrichment student at the Alan Turing Institute. You can view the full report here.