International Governance of the transition from ANI to AGI – Spanish and Chinese versions
- Posted by Mara Di Berardo
- On 31 January 2024
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- AGI Study, artificial general intelligence, artificial intelligence, Artificial Narrow Intelligence, Chile Node, China Node, Mexico Node
The Millennium Project is currently running a study on International Governance Issues of the Transition from Artificial Narrow Intelligence to Artificial General Intelligence (AGI).
The first phase of the study, concluded in August 2023, produced a report including a distillation of interviews and collected insights from 55 AI experts from the United States, China, the United Kingdom, Canada, the European Union, and Russia on issue about how to regulate AGI—AI that can handle novel situations as well as, or better than humans.
These views are organized by 22 question spanning 60 pages. Included among these experts are Sam Altman, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk. AGI could arise in the next few years, representing an “intelligence explosion” that creates AI surpassing human abilities, the report states. This report is possibly the richest overview of international views on AGI issues.
The original English version of the report on Phase 1 is now available in other languages thanks to the contribution of our Nodes.
The Mexico and Chile Nodes helped translate the Spanish Version. The China Node helped translate the Chinese version of the report.
Global governance of AGI could be the most difficult management challenge humanity has ever faced. This report is a good start on what has to be known to that challenge.
Phase 2 of the study is a Real-time Delphi Study of elements for trusted global and national governance of AGI. The RealTime Delphi closed on December 31, 2023 and the analysis is ongoing at the moment. If you would like to participate in this study, send an email to email@example.com briefly stating your relevant experience on AGI issues, international law, ethics of AI, or other related experience.