The answer runs to almost 12,000 words. But it ends succinctly: "We can only see a short distance ahead," Mr. Turing wrote, "but we can see plenty there that needs to be done."
More than seven decades on, that sentiment sums up the mood of many policymakers, researchers and tech leaders attending Britain's A.I. Safety Summit on Wednesday, which Prime Minister Rishi Sunak hopes will position the country as a leader in the global race to harness and regulate artificial intelligence.
On Wednesday morning, his government released a document called the Bletchley Declaration, signed by representatives from the 28 countries attending the event, including the U.S. and China, which warned of the dangers posed by the most advanced "frontier" A.I. systems.
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