In the statement made by the White House, it was noted that the Artificial Intelligence Cyber Competition (AIxCC) will contribute to identifying and correcting software security vulnerabilities using artificial intelligence.
In the statement, it was stated that the competition, led by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), will include cooperation with many top artificial intelligence companies such as Anthropic, Google, Microsoft and OpenAI.
In the statement, it was emphasized that AIxCC will demonstrate the potential benefits of artificial intelligence to help secure software used on the internet and in society at large, from the electrical grids that power America to the transportation systems that drive daily life.
Pointing out that the teams will participate in a qualifying event in the spring of 2024, it was stated in the statement that those with the most points will receive a cash prize and the competition will continue to its final stage in 2025.
Reminding that last month, the US administration announced that it has received voluntary commitments from seven leading artificial intelligence companies to manage the risks posed by technology, it was stated that it is also working on a regulation that will help America prioritize responsible artificial intelligence innovation.