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AI: Is 2024 the year that governance catches up with the tech?

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If 2023 was the year we all got familiar with generative AI, is 2024 the year when governments will act on the governance of this powerful technology?

At Davos 2024 we spoke to these experts, from the industry and civil society:

Alexandra Reeve Givens, CEO, Center for Democracy & Technology

Aidan Gomez, Co-founder and CEO of Cohere

Anna Makanju, Vice President of Global Affairs, OpenAI

Catch up on all the action from Davos at wef.ch/wef24 and across social media using the hashtag #WEF24.

World Economic Forum's AI Governance Alliance: wef.ch/AIGA

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Robin Pomeroy

Podcast Editor, World Economic Forum

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Artificial Intelligence is rife with contradictions. It is a powerful tool that is also surprisingly limited in terms of its current capabilities. And, while it has the potential to improve human existence, at the same time it threatens to deepen social divides and put millions of people out of work. While its inner workings are highly technical, the non-technical among us can and should understand the basic principles of how it works - and the concerns that it raises. As the influence and impact of AI spread, it will be critical to involve people and experts from the most diverse backgrounds possible in guiding this technology in ways that enhance human capabilities and lead to...

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