US and EU Disagree on AI Regulations: Will China Intervene? – POLITICO

Unraveling the Complexities of AI Policymaking: An Insightful Look at the Ongoing Global struggle to Establish Dominance over AI Technology

The recent debate held by prominent figures such as former British deputy prime minister Clegg, Washington, and European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen on policing AI was just a small part of a larger ongoing global struggle to control the rapidly evolving technology. This digital Great Game is far from over, and the winner will establish dominance over the rules governing this era-defining technology.

The debate felt like a glimpse into an alternate reality as Amba Kak from the AI Now Institute described it. By the end of the meeting, 29 countries, including China, European Union members, and the United States, signed a voluntary agreement to reduce risks associated with AI technologies like OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

However, there will be a fierce battle to control AI technology in the coming year, with winners and losers emerging. Policymakers anticipate finalizing many new AI standards by the end of 2024 as they navigate this disruptive technology. POLITICO interviewed numerous politicians, policymakers, and tech executives to gain insights into the dynamics at play in this complex political landscape.


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