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Google has announced the launch of the Secure AI Framework (SAIF), a conceptual framework for securing AI systems. Google, owner of the generative AI chatbot Bard and parent company of AI research lab DeepMind, said a framework across the public and private sectors is essential for making sure that responsible actors safeguard the technology that supports AI advancements so that when AI models are implemented, they’re secure-by-default. Its new framework concept is an important step in that direction, the tech giant claimed.

The SAIF is designed to help mitigate risks specific to AI systems like model theft, poisoning of training data, malicious inputs through prompt injection, and the extraction of confidential information in training data. “As AI capabilities become increasingly integrated into products across the world, adhering to a bold and responsible framework will be even more critical,” Google wrote in a blog.

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