Global AI governance

The OECD Policy Observatory now maintains a list of 668 national AI governance projects from 69 nations, territories, and the European Union

AI might mean government laws, data access and model usage policies, or AI tool and system safety and ethics

Government agencies generally aim for governance that supports and strikes a balance between societal concerns of economic success, national security, and political dynamics

Academics, non-governmental organisations, and other specialists are also issuing guidelines that are helpful to public sector institutions

The Presidio AI Framework (PDF) was released this year by the AI Governance Alliance of the World Economic Forum

Leaders need to guarantee consistency in output, defence against criticism, and a practical dedication to social responsibility

A participative, responsible, and human-centered approach is necessary for operationalizing government