Canada and France plan an international panel to assess AI’s dangers

Recommended for You 250 pages of internal Facebook files were just dumped online—here are the 6 key takeaways Data analysis could help locate the missing Malaysian MH370 plane Canada has arrested Huawei’s CFO for extradition to the US EXCLUSIVE: Chinese scientists are creating CRISPR babies How to check if you’re affected by the Marriott mega data breach As G7 nations came together in Montreal this week to discuss the impacts of artificial intelligence, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mounir Mahjoubi, the French secretary of state for digital affairs, announced plans for the International Panel on Artificial Intelligence..In an interview after Trudeau’s speech, Mahjoubi said that France and Canada have made progress in persuading other nations to join the cause..“It’s also our responsibility to create a set of common values, and to say it loud, and to be able to show why our system of values is more resonant.” Canada and France might not have the financial or commercial might of the United States or China, but they have played an outsized role in the recent development of artificial intelligence..At the G7 event, Navdeep Bains, the Canadian minister of innovation, said that concerns over the impact of AI on jobs was a big theme during the meetings.. More details

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