The United States and India Must Collaborate on AI Governance, Says Biden’s Science Advisor

Aug 13, 2023Global Alliance for Digital Governance

Arati Prabhakar, the Science Advisor to President Joe Biden, emphasized the need for collaboration between the United States and India to shape the development and deployment of artificial intelligence (AI) in a responsible and beneficial manner. The Biden administration has partnered with leading IT companies like Google and Microsoft to ensure that AI is used for the public good and to hold companies accountable for its use.

Prabhakar mentioned that the executive branch is working on initiatives within existing laws and considering an executive order to address AI-related concerns. Additionally, the administration plans to collaborate with Congress for bipartisan legislation. Prabhakar emphasized the importance of global coordination with international partners and allies, including India, as AI is a technology that affects everyone’s lives.

During Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s meeting with President Biden, AI was a significant topic of discussion. Prabhakar noted that global leaders, including Prime Minister Modi, understand the significance of AI and the need for like-minded countries to work together to shape its course. She mentioned that AI was repeatedly brought up during conversations with global leaders.

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