The international organization which brings together the richest and most powerful of the world for the discussion of issues that are prevalent in the world i.e. The World Economic Forum will be conducting the event in the San Francisco as it does every year at the Davos.
The World Economic Forum will also make an announcement regarding the formation of an ‘Al council’ which is designed for finding the common ground on the policy between those nations which seemingly have increased at odds over the potential as well as the power of Artificial Intelligence and various other developing technologies. Take the example of Donald Trump’s issue with China and Huawei, in particular, could have resulted in the balkanized technologies.
The Deputy Director of the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Michael Sellitto passed the following statement: “A lot of people see Artificial Intelligence through the lens of geopolitical or economic competition.” He then added: “They tend to create hindrance which protects them from their apparent strategic benefits, for example in access to research or any data.”
There are many nations who made an announcement regarding their Artificial Intelligence plans which promises the prioritization of their development, funding as well as the application of the technology. However, the efforts required for the building of the census on the way Artificial Intelligence should be run have been constrained. In the previous month, the European Union released the guidelines regarding the ethical use of Artificial Intelligence. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development which is basically an alliance of those countries who have dedication towards the promotion of democracy as well as economic development, made an announcement this month regarding the major set of principles of Artificial Intelligence developed upon its own purposes.