May 11, 2024, 8:12 p.m. | Kyle Wiggers

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The U.K. Safety Institute, the U.K.’s recently established AI safety body, has released a toolset designed to “strengthen AI safety” by making it easier for industry, research organizations and academia to develop AI evaluations.  Called Inspect, the toolset — which is available under an open source license, specifically an MIT License — aims to assess certain […]


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