Global AI Governance Principles

With the rapid rise of artificial intelligence, governments and policymakers are racing to release their own proposals on regulating the technology. Major jurisdictions including the EU, US, UK, and China are all at various stages in introducing new AI rules. And while there are differences between these proposals, our global survey demonstrates that there are also clear commonalties in the underlying principles that organisations are likely to be required to comply with. These similarities provide a useful starting point for the development of global AI governance standards.

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Authored by Eduardo Ustaran, Dan Whitehead, and Kathleen McGrath.

Eduardo Ustaran
Dan Whitehead


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