AI regulators can learn a lesson from the 1967 Outer Space Treaty

World leaders’ attempts to forge global AI regulations have been half-hearted and halting.

In 2018, Canada and France spearheaded an effort to form a regulatory body for AI, backed by the G7—but the US spiked the effort, arguing that it would crimp American innovation. Instead, the OECD and the G20 adopted a set of AI principles the following year, while the EU and the World Economic Forum each came up with their own.

“They don’t really have teeth, and they’re also very…

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