In the group’s statement, the leaders who met from Friday to Sunday said, “We instruct relevant ministers to establish the Hiroshima process on artificial intelligence, through a group formed in cooperation with international organizations to lead discussions on generative artificial intelligence by the end of the current year.”
Like ChatGPT, generative AI programs (capable of producing computer code, text, images, audio, video, etc.) are booming around the world and simultaneously sparking serious concerns in many sectors.
Thus, the discussions of the working group of the seven major industrialized countries on this subject could focus on “the governance and protection of intellectual property rights” and the “responsible use” of these new technologies, as well as on the means of facing the “manipulation of information” and “disinformation” through these tools.
“We are committed to developing multilateral approaches to setting standards for artificial intelligence to ensure compliance with legally binding frameworks,” the G7 said.
“We recognize the importance of measures that promote transparency, openness, fair processes, neutrality, privacy and inclusion to advance responsible AI,” the leaders of the seven said. country.
The group of seven major industrial democracies includes the United States, Japan, Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Canada.
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