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UN's First Global Resolution on Artificial Intelligence



  Apr 09, 2024

UN's First Global Resolution on Artificial Intelligence


On March 24, 2024, the UN General Assembly adopted its first global resolution on AI, aiming to ensure the technology's safe, secure, and equitable development across all nations, with a strong emphasis on human rights and trustworthiness.

The resolution was sponsored by the United States and co-sponsored by 123 countries, including major nations like Russia, China, and Cuba, reflecting broad international cooperation.

Key objectives include closing the digital divide, ensuring equitable access to AI technology for developing countries, safeguarding human rights, protecting personal data, monitoring AI risks, and strengthening privacy policies.

The resolution, a result of negotiations among over 120 countries, underscores a unified approach to AI governance, stressing the need for global collaboration in its responsible development and usage.

It emphasizes bridging the digital divide and equipping developing countries with the necessary technology and capabilities to harness AI benefits effectively, thereby ensuring inclusive technological advancement.

No, the resolution is nonbinding, meaning it does not impose legal obligations on UN member states but serves as a framework for guiding AI's ethical and equitable development globally.

While Europe leads in AI regulation, this global resolution represents a significant step by the international community, including the US's efforts to encourage AI regulation domestically and globally, to shape AI’s development in a manner that prioritizes safety, security, and ethical considerations.


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