50% of global governments to adopt AI regulations by 2026

29/02/2024 | Gartner

Research and consulting firm Gartner has revealed artificial intelligence (AI) regulations are expected to drive responsible AI initiatives. By 2026, half of the world's governments will enforce the use of responsible AI through regulations, policies, and the need for data privacy. These regulations will require AI developers to focus on AI ethics, transparency, and privacy through responsible AI usage. Failure to comply with the regulations will expose organisations to ethical scrutiny by consumers and citizens, leading to significant financial, reputational, and legal risks for the organisation.

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