GLOBAL ALLIANCE FOR DIGITAL GOVERNANCE

The Global Alliance for Digital Governance (GADG) was established through a collaboration of the Boston Global Forum and World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid at the Policy Lab on September 7-9, 2021.

GADG will:

  • Coordinate resources: governments, international organizations, corporations, think tanks, civil society, and influencers for AI and a digital sphere for good, to make these resources more effective, to synthesize and maximize their impact, and to create more implementation-oriented conferences.
  • Protect fundamental values and standards proposed in Social Contract for the AI Age, in AI International Accord and in the book Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment.

The Global Law and Accord on AI and Digital is the theoretical framework that guides all activities and discussions of the Global Alliance for Digital Governance at Boston Global Forum.

GADG NEWS

What’s next for AI regulation in 2024?

What’s next for AI regulation in 2024?

In 2023, AI policy and regulation went from a niche, nerdy topic to front-page news. This is partly thanks to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which helped AI go mainstream, but which also exposed people to how AI systems work—and don’t work. It has been a monumental year for...

Artificial intelligence: Four debates to expect in 2024

Artificial intelligence: Four debates to expect in 2024

Artificial intelligence has gone mainstream. Long the stuff of science fiction and blue-sky research, ​AI technologies like the ChatGPT and Bard chatbots have become everyday tools used by millions of people. And yet, experts say, we've only seen a glimpse of what's...

G7 education ministers set agenda

(May 23rd, 2016) In preparation for the G7 Summit May 26-27, G7 education ministers meeting in Japan have agreed to collaborate to improve education, including addressing the education deficits of refugee children and widening income inequality (with some of the...

UNESCO official promotes global citizenship education

( May 2nd, 2016) Qian Tang, UNESCO’S Assistant Director General for Education, emphasized '’the immense need for social cohesion and intercultural dialogue in these turbulent times.’’ He spoke as a representative of UNESCO’s Director General at the 7th Global Forum of...

Five G7 leaders to meet in Germany

( April 25th, 2016) In what seems at least in part preparation for the G7 Summit coming up May 26-27 in Japan,  German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a G7 nation, hosted a meeting April 25 of leaders from G7 members Italy, France,  the United States  and Britain. The other...

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