April 19, 2024
G7 Set to Approve Global AI Guidelines for Cutting-Edge Technologies

G7 Summit: Agreement on AI Code to Ensure Safe and Trustworthy Development

The Group of Seven (G7) industrial nations is set to ratify an artificial intelligence (AI) code of conduct for developers on October 30, as per a report from Reuters.

This code comprises 11 points aiming to advance safe, secure, and trustworthy AI worldwide while addressing potential risks and facilitating the benefits associated with AI. Drafted in September by G7 leaders, it offers voluntary guidance for organizations developing cutting-edge AI systems, including foundational models and generative AI systems.

Key recommendations include publicizing reports on system capabilities, limitations, use, and potential misuse. Moreover, the code advocates for robust security controls for these systems.

The G7’s efforts come amid global attempts to navigate the emergence of AI, balancing its advantageous capabilities with the associated concerns. The European Union has taken the lead by establishing guidelines under the EU AI Act, while the United Nations formed a 39-member advisory committee to address global AI regulation. In August, China introduced its own AI regulations.

OpenAI, the creator of the widely used AI chatbot ChatGPT, announced its intention to establish a team focused on assessing various AI-related risks. The G7 comprises Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union.

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