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'Help design effective global AI governance' EU tells China

'Help design effective global AI governance' EU tells China

'Despite very different approaches' says Commission VP Jourova

ROME, 20 September 2023, 18:46

Redazione ANSA




Speaking at the second EU-China High Level Digital Dialogue in Beijing, European Commission Vice-President Vera Jourova stressed the need to engage China in "designing effective governance at the multilateral level" on the challenges and risks posed by artificial intelligence (AI), despite the very different approaches of the two sides.
    In talks with her Chinese counterparts including Vice Premier Zhang Guoqing, Jourova said she discussed the need for a "clear commitment to defend universal human rights" that is required by the acceleration of AI, and referred to the "UN report on the use of AI against human rights in Xinjiang, which is a cause of concern for us". At the same time, the EU-China High Level Digital Dialogue co chair said "the extreme risks posed by the exponential growth of AI imply that we will need to design effective global governance at the multilateral level", recalling the EU's priorities on the issue including finalization of the European AI Act and the Hiroshima Process within the G7. For the EU, however, "global outreach" is needed and, "given China's position, dialogue is still needed, despite our approaches being far apart", Jourova explained.
    The two sides, she added, agreed to contribute to the "process set out by UN Secretary-General Guterres", who has committed to creating a high-level advisory body on AI that should provide recommendations on global governance by the end of the year.
    The vice president concluded by saying that China "has expressed a willingness to engage in international fora" such as the second EU-China High Level Digital Dialogue in Beijing.
    The talks are focusing on key issues such as digital platforms, data regulation, AI, research and innovation, the cross-border flow of industrial data and the safety of products sold online.


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