Hiroshima AI Process

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About the Hiroshima AI Process

Given that the rapid development and spread of generative AI had been an important issue for the international community as a whole, the Hiroshima AI Process was launched in May 2023, following the Leaders’ direction at the G7 Hiroshima Summit, with the objective of discussing the opportunities and risks of the technology.
After continuous discussions including at an interim minister-level meeting in September and a multi-stakeholder high-level meeting at IGF Kyoto 2023 in October, "the Hiroshima AI Process Comprehensive Policy Framework", the first international framework that includes guiding principles and code of conduct aimed at promoting the safe, secure and trustworthy advanced AI systems, was successfully agreed upon at the G7 Digital & Tech Ministers’ Meeting in December 2023 and was endorsed by the G7 Leaders in the same month.
It is expected that the Hiroshima AI Process will be gathering broader support from a diverse range of actors, including governments beyond the G7 including developing and emerging economies, private sector, academia, and civil society, and will facilitate building up inclusive global governance on AI for the common good of the world, and thus enable people around the world to benefit from safe, secure and trustworthy AI.

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