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AISI Organisation | A startup in government with world-leading talent and an urgent mission.

Our mission is to equip governments with an empirical understanding of advanced AI. We have recruited over 30 technical staff, including senior alumni from OpenAI, Google DeepMind and the University of Oxford, and we are scaling rapidly. Our staff are supported by substantial funding and computing resources, priority access to top models, partnerships with leading research organisations and an incredibly talented, close-knit and driven team.

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Fourth progress report


May 20, 2024

Since February, we released our first technical blog post, published the International Scientific Report on the Safety of Advanced AI, open-sourced our testing platform Inspect, announced our San Francisco office, announced a partnership with the Canadian AI Safety Institute, grew our technical team to >30 researchers and appointed Jade Leung as our Chief Technology Officer.

Announcing our San Francisco office


May 20, 2024

We are opening an office in San Francisco! This will enable us to hire more top talent, collaborate closely with the US AI Safety Institute and engage even more with the wider AI research community.

Third progress report


February 5, 2024

Since October, we have recruited leaders from DeepMind and Oxford, onboarded 23 new researchers, published the principles behind the International Scientific Report on Advanced AI Safety, and began pre-deployment testing of advanced AI systems.

Second progress report


October 30, 2023

Since September, we have recruited leaders from OpenAI and Humane Intelligence, tripled the capacity of our research team, announced 6 new research partnerships, and helped establish the UK’s fastest supercomputer.

First Progress Report


September 7, 2023

In our first 11 weeks, we have recruited an advisory board of national security and ML leaders, including Yoshua Bengio, recruited top professors from Cambridge and Oxford and announced 4 research partnerships.