Chinese Premier Li Qiang advocates ethical AI boundaries at Davos

Chinese Premier Li Qiang advocates ethical AI boundaries at Davos

Li Qiang, Premier of China at the World Economic Forum held in Davos recently, emphasized the urgent necessity to establish ethical boundaries in the rapidly developing field of artificial intelligent (AI). His remarks highlight the international concerns about the responsible development of AI technologies.

Li Qiang, in his keynote address, stressed the importance of "good government" to guide AI's development, and ensure that it is a positive force for humanity. He emphasized the importance of collective commitment to ethics standards and urged for global cooperation in order to prevent AI being misused for narrow group interest. The Premier called on AI to be inclusive, highlighting its potential for human progress.

Li Qiang did not limit his speech in Davos to AI ethics. He also touched on topics like technological innovation, green developments, and global economic collaboration. The Premier emphasized the importance of international collaborations in science and tech, and advocated for an open and non-discriminatory technological environment. He argued that this would ensure that technological and scientific advancements are for the benefit of humanity, not used to restrict other countries' progress.

Li Qiang, in his speech on climate change and green development, called for a stronger international collaboration. Li Qiang pointed out that, despite the many discussions about green development and climate change, there are still obstacles that prevent the free flow efficient green products and technologies. The Premier called on countries to harmonize their strategies to remove these barriers and facilitate the transition to a more green economy and society.

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In the speech, the speaker also discussed the importance of closing the gap in development between the North and South. Li Qiang emphasized the challenges facing developing countries and stressed the importance of implementing the U.N. 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. He called for international cooperation in areas like poverty reduction, food security and industrialization, to ensure mutual benefit and inclusivity.

Premier Li's comments at the Forum reflect China's commitment in working with international partners to establish frameworks for responsible AI, prioritize the interests of developing nations and reduce the technology gap between countries. He stressed China's contribution to global cooperation in AI and reiterated China's commitment in upholding ethical standards for AI development.

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