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Several distinguished leaders to join the Symposium about Framework for Global Law on AI and Digital

Speaker of Swedish Parliament Andereas Norlen, Governor Michael Dukakis, Former US Acting Secretary of Commerce Cameron Kerry, Australian Senator Kimberley Kitching and other distinguished leaders will talk and discuss at the Symposium about Framework for Global Law on AI and Digital.

December 12, 2021

08:00 EST / 14:00 CET

Venue: Loeb House, Harvard University and online

The symposium will discuss principles of Global Law on AI and Digital, a part of the United Nations Centennial Initiative and Global Alliance for Digital Governance. This is a joint initiative between the Boston Global Forum and World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid.

US Senators Martin Heinrich (D-NM) and Rob Portman (R-OH), co-founders of the Senate Artificial Intelligence Caucus, are announcing two bipartisan pieces of legislation to strengthen the U.S. government’s artificial intelligence (AI) readiness and tosupport long-term investments in AI ethics and safety research, as well as increase governmental AI transparency.

US Senator Mark Warner, chairman of the US senate’s intelligence committee, wants Washington to work with allies on setting digital rules.

To prepare for the Symposium, a sub-committee of Boston Global Forum and World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid will create a Framework for Global Law on AI and Digital.