The international policy debate on artificial intelligence (AI) has gained significant momentum in recent years and in 2019 the G20’s global leadership and advocacy brought the opportunities and challenges of AI to the centre of international political discussions. Following stewardship from the Digital Economy Task Force (DETF) and with the aim of fostering public trust and confidence in AI technologies and realising their potential, G20 Digital Ministers in Tsukuba committed to a human-centred approach to AI guided by non-binding G20 AI Principles drawn from the OECD Recommendation on AI. The G20 AI Principles were welcomed by G20 Leaders in Osaka, who noted that the responsible development and use of AI can be a driving force to help advance the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and to realise a sustainable and inclusive society.
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