What is the State of Artificial Intelligence Governance Globally?

@article{Butcher2019WhatIT,
  title={What is the State of Artificial Intelligence Governance Globally?},
  author={James Butcher and Irakli Beridze},
  journal={The RUSI Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={164},
  pages={88 - 96}
}
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a transformative technology that offers both great benefits and poses a number of challenges. Effective governance is important to ensure that the ethical concerns are met. James Butcher and Irakli Beridze provide an overview of current AI governance activities, covering notable examples across the private sector, public sector, research and multi-stakeholder organisations, and the UN. They take a deeper look at regulation, then reflect on the future of AI… 

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