On 21 March 2024, the UN General Assembly passed its resolution on Artificial Intelligence (AI), marking a significant, albeit subtle, move in the global discourse on AI regulation. This action follows a series of resolutions from late 2023 addressing technological advancements within the UN’s sustainability objectives, yet none had singularly focused on AI. Despite the evident need for an international regulatory framework due to AI’s global reach, consensus among nations remains elusive. While the European Parliament has recently set a regional precedent with the AI Act, and the Council of Europe is developing an AI Convention, the international community lags in establishing a cohesive stance on AI governance.


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