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Enhancing Global AI Governance through Compute Resource Management

ICFG proposes that the G7 countries back an international institution that designs international standards for the responsible management of compute resources. Such standards would help expand AI governance to cover the entire AI lifecycle, as appropriate for such a high-risk technology, and as proposed in the 2023 Hiroshima Guiding Principles.

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Policy Recommendations for the South Korea AI Safety Summit

Recent breakthroughs in AI innovation have only heightened the urgency for closer international cooperation and the swift implementation of safety measures, particularly those addressing the most capable, most high-risk advanced AI systems. Here are ICFG’s recommendations for world leaders attending the May 2024 AI Safety Summit.

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The Governance Challenges of Climate Interventions

The Governance Challenges of Climate Interventions The risks of climate change and poorly governed deployment of climate intervention technologies are increasingly critical. Given a growing sense of desperation and urgency there are growing risks including lack of research as well as premature testing without public oversight. ICFG’s approach puts policymakers’ needs at the centre. We

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