AI Governance 2040

Why are algorithms biased? Should states outsource public services to AI technologies? How can we ensure that AI serves the people? And which actions should decision-makers take to make that happen? Dive into the AI 2040 interactive website and discover artefacts from the future and policy recommendations for the global governance of AI!

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the defining technology of our time. It has the potential to create vast benefits for the well-being, prosperity, and security of societies around the globe. At the same time, its encompassing nature and unknown trajectory pose significant challenges for governments, enterprises and citizens alike. While more and more states, international organisations and multi-stakeholder groups have sought to regulate the use of AI, significant governance gaps remain.

To address this shortfall, Körber-Stiftung and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society have published the AI 2040 website, presenting forward-looking ideas for future AI governance. It is based on the results of a workshop at the 2021 Paris Peace Forum, involving 60 participants from around the world, including government, business, academia, and civil society.

Policy recommendations for the governance of Artificial Intelligence

Excerpt from the four policy recommendations presented in the AI 2040 interactive website.

Lucie Courtade

Programme Manager
Paris Peace Forum