To Prevent an AI Apocalypse, the World Needs to Work With China
By Jason Zhou, Kwan Yee Ng , and Brian Tse
China has the desire, foundation, and expertise to work with the global society on mitigating catastrophic risks from advanced AI.
Zypl.ai: Spearheading AI-Driven Financial Innovation and Regional Integration in Central Asia
By Khiradmand Sheraliev
The potential for AI to bring about closer regional integration lies in its ability to address some of the traditional barriers to economic cooperation.
China and Global Governance of AI
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Jeff Alstott.
Australia Leaps into AI Without a Working Safety Net
By Jayson Lamchek
A partnership with Microsoft will trial the use of AI within the Australian Public Service, even while safety policies are still being developed.
Artificial Intelligence, Disinformation, and the 2024 Indonesian Elections
By Nuurrianti Jalli
With the world at a technological watershed, Indonesia needs to develop mechanisms to guard against the manipulation of AI for political purposes.
China Renews Its Pitch on AI Governance at World Internet Conference
By Shannon Tiezzi
The big question is whether China’s Global AI Governance Initiative will get buy-in from the other major players – starting with the United States.
Unleashing the Potential of AI in Pakistan’s Public Sector
By Sara Nazir
While Pakistan has started adopting AI in various departments, the overall pace of technological growth remains slow, and the government’s commitment to technology adoption appears insufficient.
Global Competition for AI Regulation, or a Framework for AI Diplomacy?
By Charles Mok
As the U.S., EU and China are taking divergent leads in new AI regulations, a new framework for AI diplomacy is emerging, all under the shadow of strategic technological competition.
Resolving India’s AI Regulation Dilemma
By Shaoshan Liu and Jyotika Athavale
Which model best suits India: the U.K., U.S., EU, or China path?
India’s AI Regulation Dilemma
By Shaoshan Liu
The Indian government has oscillated between a non-regulatory approach, to foster innovation, and a more cautious one, with an emphasis on mitigating user harm.
US Leadership in Artificial Intelligence Can Shape the 21st Century Global Order
By Michael Frank
The U.S. can no longer rely on trade incentives to attract partners. Instead, U.S. foreign policy should center on its dominant position in the next driver of global growth: AI.
China’s Censors Back Down on Generative AI
By Rebecca Arcesati and Vincent Brussee
The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) has had a tough awakening that it needs to balance control and censorship with freedom for technological development.