Artificial intelligence is set to be a multi-trillion dollar industry by 2030, but developing economies risk falling behind unless changes are made, write Merih Angin and Jack Loveridge.
“Along with their allies, the nations that own and control AI platforms and the data that powers them stand to dominate the global economy for decades to come.”
The article goes on to share a recently released report from a working group convened by the Paris Peace Forum. The group posits that “open, international dialogue on equitable AI governance could help set up global regulations.”
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