At the meeting in New Delhi, India, last weekend, G20 leaders reaffirmed their commitment to collaboration on privacy and artificial intelligence (AI) in their declaration. The declaration included a section on Technological Transformation and Digital Public Infrastructure (p22), highlighting the importance of data-free flow with trust while respecting applicable legal frameworks. The declaration also referenced the importance of building digital public infrastructure that is respectful of human rights, personal data, privacy and intellectual property rights. Concerning AI, the declaration included a section on harnessing AI responsibly for good and for all in which the leaders agreed to "unlock the full potential of AI, equitably share its benefits and mitigate risks, we will work together to promote international cooperation and further discussions on international governance for AI."
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