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Announced G7 Hiroshima Process Guidelines and Code of Conduct for Organisations developing advanced AI systems

On 7 September 2023, in the context of the Hiroshima Process, the Group of Seven (G7), in their ministerial statement, announced plans to adopt new guiding principles and a code of conduct for organisations developing advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems. The guidelines would apply to organisations developing, deploying, and using AI systems. The principles to be included in the guidelines and code of conduct are safety measures, identifying vulnerabilities, reporting characteristics of the AI systems and transparency, and risk management plans, among others. In addition, the G7 stated that it considers regulating intellectual property rights and privacy protection in the context of AI.

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Policy Area
Other operating condition
Policy Instrument
Interoperability regulation
Regulated Economic Activity
ML and AI development
Implementation Level
bi- or plurilateral agreement
Government Branch
Government Body
central government

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On 30 April 2023, the G7 countries released a Ministerial Declaration following the G7 Digital and …


On 20 May 2023, the Group of Seven (G7) adopted the Hiroshima artificial intelligence (AI) process …

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On 4 August 2023, the Japan Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy Council published a plan regardin…

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On 7 September 2023, in the context of the Hiroshima Process, the Group of Seven (G7), in their min…


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