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April 27, 2023
Tokyo -April 26th, 2023- NTT Corporation (NTT) is pleased to announce that the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) AI Council released a landmark report on advancing the global governance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the 2023 G7 Summit in Hiroshima, Japan. This report seeks to support the G7 by producing timely policy recommendations on how G7 countries can set the global agenda for AI governance, including establishing a common lexicon for AI and streamlining regulation between national, regional, and professional organizations. Jun Sawada, Executive Chairman of NTT contributed to this report as one of its member.
This report was developed in cooperation with an international and cross-disciplinary group of chief executives, leading academic experts, and former policymakers.
AI holds enormous promise to address the world's most challenging threats. Individuals and organizations are beginning to use AI to advance labor productivity and drive anti-inflationary growth, develop more sustainable products, cure diseases, feed a growing population, and address climate change. At the same time, if managed or applied poorly, AI safety failures or risks can perpetuate harm and work against the very goals its application seeks to solve.
The CSIS AI Council believes that prudent and globally interoperable regulatory frameworks that are risk-based, context-specific, agile, and collaborative can effectively address AI's challenges, accelerate responsible AI adoption, and harness the full potential of AI.
The CSIS AI Council report recommends that the G7 Digital Ministers seek commit to (1) aligning on consistent norms, concepts, and terminology for AI regulatory frameworks, to (2) cooperatively developing and adopting technical AI standards, and to (3) adopting principles for good and ethical AI governance that promotes interoperable, balanced, and mutually-recognized approached to AI governance.
The Council, co-chaired by Julie Sweet, Chair and CEO of Accenture, and Brad Smith, President and Vice Chair of Microsoft, was launched on October of 2022. Gregory C. Allen, Director of the CSIS Wadhwani Center for AI and Advanced Technologies, serves as Executive Director. With the extensive collaboration of a robust and engaged working group, the CSIS AI Council has conducted thorough reviews of the international AI governance landscape, as well as efforts to multilateralize AI policy.
Individuals and organizations are beginning to use AI to advance labor productivity and drive anti-inflationary growth, develop more sustainable products, cure diseases, feed a growing population, and address climate change. Alongside the potential to change the way societies learn, work, and innovate for the better, AI's widespread adoption raises questions about workforce displacement, education, intellectual property rights, and responsible use.
The CSIS AI Council believes that there is no inherent trade-off between mitigating AI risks and accelerating adoption. Prudent and interoperable regulatory frameworks which are risk-based, context-specific, agile, and collaborative can effectively address AI's challenges, accelerate responsible AI adoption, and harness the full potential of AI technologies.
Acting as an agenda-setter for the global economy, the G7 can provide a forum to encourage the development and adoption of internationally accepted AI standards and to align on key principles to facilitate their adoption in regulatory frameworks.
In particular, the G7 can help advance (1) consistent definitions and understandings of key AI norms and concepts that include the responsible use of AI, (2) increased coordination of technical AI standards development, and (3) principles for good AI governance that promote mutually recognized, coherent, and interoperable country approaches to AI regulation.
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