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G7 Summit: An opportunity to regulate AI and secure its future


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This week, world leaders will gather in Hiroshima for the G7 summit, a crucial opportunity to establish an international regulatory framework for artificial intelligence (AI).


a missed opportunity

Despite its importance, the debate over the regulation and development of AI is not on the agenda of the summit. While other interesting topics such as US-China relations, Indo-Pacific cooperation and the conflict in Ukraine are covered, we risk neglecting the rapid innovation in AI and its societal implications.

Set clear standards

It is essential that the G7 initiate the development of an international agreement to ban the dangerous development of AI. This agreement should take into account different state approaches to regulation and address both industry standards and open source in AI development. A risk-based regulatory framework would limit dangerous AI applications and encourage competition in this field.

Align international interests

The G7 should anticipate the reticence of countries like China and formulate strategies to align international interests around the rules and regulations of AI development.


Regulating AI to secure the future

Policymakers must address AI regulations and set international standards to avoid a runaway race between the US and China.

Given the uncertainty associated with its development, it is crucial to regulate the implementation of advanced AI models and be prepared for their indirect effects.

Overcoming obstacles around AI

Open source AI developer community poses a regulatory challenge, as it hinders the application of regulations due to the lack of accountability in the various AI applications. A risk-based approach, such as the UK AI Framework, makes it possible to regulate AI without hindering its development.


A necessary consensus on AI

The summit could provide a platform to explore multinational agreements on data and privacy standards, aligning AI development with international expectations.

A call to action

The G7 countries should work together on a strategic plan that focuses on emerging AI standards and proposes a joint approach to international regulation. It is necessary to promote innovation and minimize the negative effects of AI, aiming for the participation of all states in this process.

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