Council of Europe adopts international treaty on AI

17/05/2024 | Council of Europe

The Council of Europe has adopted the first-ever international legally binding treaty concerning the use of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. 

The Council of Europe Framework Convention on artificial intelligence and human rights, democracy, and the rule of law treaty covers the entire lifecycle of AI systems and adopts a risk-based approach to their design, development, use, and decommissioning. It aims to promote responsible innovation and mitigate the potential negative consequences of using AI systems. 

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