Canlyniadau 1–20 o 2570 ar gyfer speaker:Michelle Donelan

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: In our White Paper on AI regulation we set out our ambitious pro-regulation, pro-innovation framework, outlining five cross-sectoral principles to be applied by existing regulators. In February we published our response, setting out how we are supporting regulators to deliver the framework and strengthen our global AI leadership. That includes new funding and guidance for our regulators, and...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: Mr Speaker, this is absolute tosh. We have led the world when it comes to AI safety. We have set up a long-term process in the AI Safety Summit, and the next one will be in Seoul in just a few weeks. We have also set up the world’s first AI Safety Institute, which is testing both pre and post deployment. We have also been clear: we will not rush to legislate. We will grip the risks and...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: We want to garnish the opportunities of AI for the British public, which include the comple- mentary aspect that it can pose for jobs, especially in teaching and medicine, by taking away some of the admin and bureaucracy. We are also very realistic that technology always changes labour market needs. In 1940, 60% of the jobs we now have did not exist. That is why we have undergone a revolution...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: The hon. Member is getting confused between regulation and legislation. We already have a plethora of regulation and world-leading regulators that we are supporting. We were clear in our White Paper response that we will legislate—as will every nation around the world—but we want to get that legislation right. She commented on the US’s approach. We are working hand in glove with the US,...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: The UK Government are committed to unlocking the opportunities of AI, while mitigating the risks. That requires both domestic and international action. The UK is a leading voice internationally, having hosted the AI Safety Summit, which delivered the world-first Bletchley declaration, as well as actively participating at the UN. That includes our proactive role shaping UNESCO recommendations...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I know that my right hon. Friend shares my passion and enthusiasm for this topic, as well as a desire to make sure we grip the risk. Our institute is the first in the world to be doing pre and post-deployment testing, in line with the agreement we made at Bletchley Park. I cannot get into the specifics of which models we are testing, as I am sure he will understand, as that is highly...

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I absolutely agree. AI has the potential to be revolutionary, especially in areas such as healthcare. That is why at the summit we announced a £100 million pot to accelerate some of our existing healthcare missions. We are working hand in hand with the Department of Health and Social Care on this important topic.

Science, Innovation and Technology: AI: Regulation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: As the hon. Member will know, we have the defending democracy taskforce, which is dedicated to this very subject and is led by the Security Minister, my right hon. Friend the Member for Tonbridge and Malling (Tom Tugendhat). We as a team are actively participating in that, and we also work with social media companies and our international counterparts. It is something that I personally put...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Online Safety Act: Implementation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: Ofcom is the independent regulator of the Online Safety Act. The Government are working with it to implement the Act as quickly as possible, including the relevant secondary legislation. Ofcom is taking a phased approach to bringing the duties into effect and is consulting on guidance and codes of practice. Offences around serious online abuse came into effect on 31 January this year.

Science, Innovation and Technology: Online Safety Act: Implementation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: The Government produced world-leading legislation on online safety, which puts the onus on social media companies, not parents. I know that my right hon. Friend has spoken about information, which is particularly important to make it as easy as possible for parents. She raises an important about device-level controls, and I assure her that I am listening not just to Members of this House but...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Online Safety Act: Implementation (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I share the hon. Member’s passion in this area, which is why we put it in the Online Safety Act with regard to the sharing of that content. We have now gone one step further, and are in the process of making it illegal to create that content in the first place.

Science, Innovation and Technology: Topical Questions (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I want the British people to be able to seize the extraordinary opportunities that AI offers, but that can happen only if we address the risks. At Bletchley Park we kick-started a global conversation and, since then, the Bletchley effect has seen countries from around the world collaborating on the development of safe, responsible and trustworthy AI. Two weeks ago I signed an agreement with...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Topical Questions (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: As the Minister responsible for UK Research and Innovation, I was alerted to a tweet by officials in my Department, which stated, “This is disturbing” and to the comment: “Suella Braverman urges police to crack down on Hamas support in UK”, with no further context or wording. That was posted by a representative of an equality, diversity and inclusion board that sits under UKRI. At the...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Topical Questions (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: We are pro-innovation, but also pro-privacy. However, it is clearly not right for anyone to be exposed on any service to harms such as sexual abuse, extortion or grooming. Platforms must have robust processes in place to safeguard children, in line with the Online Safety Act 2023. Responsible encryption has an important role to play in protecting privacy, but it should not compromise safety,...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Topical Questions (17 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I have answered that multiple times. An official alerted me to those concerns. I then saw the tweet myself and asked the Department for further advice.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: UK-US Partnership on AI safety research (16 Ebr 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I am pleased to inform the House that myself and US Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo, on behalf of the UK and the US, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on 1 April. The MOU will enable our AI Safety Institutes to work together to follow through on commitments made at the AI Safety Summit held last November at Bletchley Park. It will allow us to develop an interoperable programme of...

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: Members: Correspondence (26 Chw 2024)

Michelle Donelan: The Department apologies for the severe delay the Member has experienced in this case. Timely responses to Member’s correspondence is a priority for the department, with resources being aligned to ensure the department achieves this in all cases. A full response will be issued to the Member as a matter of urgency.

Written Answers — Department for Science, Innovation and Technology: Question (21 Chw 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I have had several such discussions including at the AI Safety Summit, during which I was pleased to meet with more than 20 Digital Ministers. I have since engaged with my counterparts from Australia, Japan, France, the US and the EU, and I have recently met with my Canadian counterpart to sign an important new agreement on compute collaboration. I will continue to discuss AI safety as we...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Innovation: Co-operation Between Universities and Businesses (21 Chw 2024)

Michelle Donelan: Of course, I speak to colleagues on this important topic all the time. Our science and technology framework is designed to ensure that we do not just challenge university rankings, but translate them into material benefits for the United Kingdom. My Department has a number of programmes breaking down the barriers between universities and businesses, which have contributed to the nearly 90,000...

Science, Innovation and Technology: Innovation: Co-operation Between Universities and Businesses (21 Chw 2024)

Michelle Donelan: I agree with the hon. Member about the importance of focusing on innovation and collaboration in this area. The University of Huddersfield received £1.63 million this year through the higher education innovation fund to support knowledge exchange and collaboration with business, and I am sure that we can write to the hon. Member with more details.


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