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Experts advocate international AI cooperation, governance

By Song Ping and Luan Ruiying | | Updated: 2021-12-07 22:17
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Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, a Turing Award winner. [Photo provided to]

Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, a Turing Award winner and chair of the Institute for AI International Governance of Tsinghua University, remarked powerful algorithms, computing power and privacy protection should be the new research direction for AI theories, and the establishment of a balanced and inclusive AI governance system would unlock greater potential and ensure stronger security of AI.

After the opening ceremony hosted by Yang Bin, vice-president and provost of Tsinghua University, the forum held the main plenary session titled "How to build a Balanced and Inclusive AI Governance Framework" in which experts, including Xue Lan, dean of I-AIIG and Schwarzman College; Gong Ke, president of the World Federation of Engineering Organizations; Xu Haoliang, UN assistant secretary-general and UNDP director of Bureau for Policy and Program Support; Wendell Wallach, Uehiro/Carnegie senior fellow at the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and academic member of I-AIIG and Su Jun, dean of the Institute Of Intelligence Society Governance, delivered keynote speeches.

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