Policy Brief: Generative AI, Jobs, and Policy Response

Debates around Generative AI impact tend to focus on job replacement or enhancement. This paper also discusses the “Big Unknown,” the number of workers whose future depends on decisions yet to be made.

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AI Foundation Models & Detection Mechanisms

In this report, GPAI Experts propose a reliable detection mechanism for the content produced by AI foundation models, allowing consumers to determine whether an item was generated (wholly or partly) by AI, allowing to reduce associated risk.

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2023 GPAI Ministerial Declaration 

14 December 2023, New Delhi

The 2023 GPAI Summit took place in New Delhi, India, on 12-14 December 2023. The event brought together engaged minds and expertise from science, industry, civil society, governments, international organisations and academia to foster international cooperation on AI-related priorities. The Summit offered an opportunity for GPAI Working Groups to showcase the recent developments of their work around four themes: responsible AI, data governance, future of work and innovation and commercialization.

The Summit also marked a key moment for the 29 GPAI Members to meet and chart an ambitious course for the year ahead. They reaffirmed their commitment to promote responsible and trustworthy AI through GPAI, and their dedication to implementing those values through the development of regulations, policies, standards and other initiatives within their jurisdictions. 

Global Challenge to Build Trust in the Age of Generative AI

Call for Partners

Recognising the transformative and disruptive potential of generative AI, the OECD, GPAI, and UNESCO are joining forces with AI Commons, IEEE, and VDE to advance global collaboration, trust, and transparency with regard to generative AI

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G7 Ministers Reaffirm Commitment to Advancing Generative AI Policy Through Multilateral Collaboration, including GPAI

September 7, 2023, Hiroshima

On 7 September, G7 Digital & Tech Ministers met within the Hiroshima Artificial Intelligence (AI) Process, in a stride to foster international cooperation in the realm of AI. They issued a statement emphasizing their dedication to collaborative initiatives on generative AI and common policy priorities.

This commitment is further fortified by the ministers' intent to collaborate with prominent international organizations and actors, among them the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI). GPAI, at the vanguard of global AI initiatives, is ready to join forces with these distinguished leaders in the pursuit of policy discussions deeply rooted in empirical insights.

GPAI eagerly anticipates the continuation of its longstanding partnership with the OECD and other IGOs. This collaboration, exemplified by initiatives like the Global Challenge to Build Trust in the Age of Generative AI, jointly launched by GPAI and OECD.AI, builds on harnessing AI's boundless possibilities while ensuring ethical, responsible, and trustworthy implementation.

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What is GPAI?

GPAI provides a mechanism for sharing multidisciplinary research and identifying key issues among AI practitioners, facilitating international collaboration and promoting the adoption of trustworthy AI.

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Who is involved?

GPAI fosters global cooperation, bringing together leading experts from around the world to build on existing work done domestically and internationally.

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What do we do?

GPAI assesses the scientific, technical and socio-economic information relevant to understanding AI impacts in order to encourage its responsible development and mitigate potential challenges.

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