To improve the regulation of Artificial Intelligence, the UK government have put forth an AI rulebook to protect data and promote responsible AI use.
These proposals, pitched in the AI rulebook, look toward the future regulation of Artificial Intelligence, and take a less centralized approach than the EU.
Artificial Intelligence refers to machines which learn from data how to perform tasks normally performed by humans. For example, AI helps identify patterns in financial transactions that could indicate fraud and clinicians diagnose illnesses based on chest images – AI is now increasingly used in healthcare settings.
The government’s new plans for regulating the use of artificial intelligence (AI), as a Data Protection and Digital Information Bill introduced to Parliament, will help to develop consistent rules to promote innovation in this technology and protect the public.
Boston Global Forum (BGF), Club de Madrid and AI World Society (AIWS) established the Global Alliance for Digital Governance (GADG) in September 2021. This is a part of the Social Contract for the AI Age, Framework for AI International Accord, and Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment.
The Global Alliance for Digital Governance will take action to connect think tanks, influencers, experts, and citizens to contribute to building International Laws, International Accord on AI and Digital, while simultaneously working with governments and international organizations towards this goal.