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Sue Hendrickson and BKC Responsible AI Fellow Rumman Chowdhury write about the role of global governance alongside the development of AI.

"A global governance entity should have the mission of optimizing human flourishing. This doesn’t mean AI assistants, or AI “for good,” but investment in the intangibles of humankind. Humanity isn’t an inefficiency to be optimized away but something to be carefully protected and nurtured. An investment in humanity isn’t about enabling further billions for the builders of these technologies and their investors — it’s investment toward ensuring that society thrives in a way that respects democratic values and human rights for all."

Read more in The Hill

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