OECD report questions whether governments are ready for AI

19/06/2024 | OECD

New research published by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) considers whether governments are ready for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its implications for governance and policymaking. The OECD highlights the potential of AI to enhance productivity, responsiveness, and accountability in the public sector. The report outlines key steps to ensure the responsible development and use of AI, including establishing clear objectives and guiding principles, promoting public engagement, implementing robust data governance, ensuring the reliability of AI systems, and enhancing accountability. Furthermore, the report offers a framework to support the integration of AI in public policy.

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