BGF High-Level Conference: AI Assistant Regulation Summit: Fostering a Tech Enlightenment Economy Alliance

Dr. Krishnashree presented the objectives and goals of C20 Technology, Security and Transparency themes and objectives at the  conference that was part of  BGF High-level Dialog on Regulation Framework on AI Assistants and ChatGPT held at Harvard University, USA

The Panel members included:

  • Alex Pentland, MIT professor, Data as Capital, how Global Enlightenment Mountain should support this
  • Yasuhide Nakayama, former Japanese State Minister of Foreign Affairs and Defense, Views from Japanese community
  • Enrico Letta, former Prime Minister of Italy, Dialogue with leaders of governments and religions
  • Zlatko Lagumdzija, former Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Views from Southern Europe
  • James Ferrari, CEO of Citizen 007 Media, Finance concepts for GEM
  • Sanjay Jain, Partner, Bharat Innovation Fund, India, Views from India community
  • Krishnashree Achuthan, Amrita University professor, India, C20 TST, and dialogue with G20
  • Damon Cox, Head of Next Practice and Inclusive Growth – MassChallenge, Experiences from Massachusetts
  • John Clippinger, Co-founder of BioForm Labs, Biotic AI

The Dialog has brought together public leaders, thinkers, strategists, scholars, and innovators committed to developing an effective and sustainable framework for responsible democratic
governance of AI. Based on the AI International Accord (AIIA), the goal is to protect fundamental democratic rights while managing the potential risks in this new era of human- digital interface. The Dialogue has articulated key pillars for transformative technology, economy, and society in four major democracies (US, Europe, Japan, and India) by advancing a new Silicon Valley-type model, the Global Enlightenment Mountain Program.

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