“AI Assistant Regulation Summit: Fostering a Tech Enlightenment Economy Alliance”, a conference of actions at Harvard Faculty Club on April 26

Apr 16, 2023Global Alliance for Digital Governance

Pioneer in AI Governance, Special Regulations for AI Assistants and ChatGPT with a series of conference started February 28, 2023, the Boston Global Forum (BGF) calls on governments, companies, and academic institutions around the world to take action in managing and governing AI Assistants and ChatGPT. As AI technology continues to advance rapidly, it is crucial to ensure that these technologies are used ethically and responsibly. To address this challenge, BGF is organizing a High-level Dialogue on April 26 at the Harvard University Faculty Club, featuring distinguished speakers such as Japanese Minister of Economic Security Sanae Takaichi, former Prime Minister of Italy Enrico Letta, and former Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina Zlatko Lagumdzija.

The conference will discuss the urgent need to establish a robust regulation framework for AI and data-driven technologies, with a particular focus on AI Assistants and ChatGPT. The proposed Regulation Framework for AI Assistants and ChatGPT, developed by BGF’s Global Alliance on Digital Governance (GADG), establishes guidelines for the development and use of AI technologies, while also ensuring that they are used in a manner that is consistent with human rights and values.

The conference will also explore how governments, companies, and universities can work together to create a more transparent, accountable, and ethical global tech ecosystem. It will provide a platform for thought leaders and experts to exchange ideas and insights, and to identify practical solutions for managing and governing AI Assistants and ChatGPT.

BGF calls on stakeholders to participate in this critical conversation and to take action in managing and governing AI technology. By working together, we can ensure that AI technology is used in a way that benefits society as a whole, and that it is consistent with our shared values and principles.


Minister Sanae Takaichi

Prime Minister Enrico Letta