China’s Vision for AI Technology
From the AI Safety Summit to the Global AI Governance Initiative, how is China's approach to AI shaping up?
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.
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?
China vs US Approaches to AI Governance
By Adam Au
Their differing approaches to regulation carry global significance as an AI arms race unfolds between the two fierce rivals.
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.
Will Asia Follow the EU Artificial Intelligence Act or Forge Its Own Path?
By Adam Au
Europe’s data protection regime helped set global standards, but on AI, Asian governments are largely taking a wait-and-see approach.
China Is Blazing a Trail in Regulating Generative AI – on the CCP’s Terms
By Rebecca Arcesati and Wendy Chang
Although the U.S. leads in developing generative artificial intelligence technology, China is in the forefront of enacting regulations – for better and for worse.