G7 leaders confirm need for governance of generative AI technology

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Group of Seven leaders meeting in Hiroshima, Japan, on Friday acknowledged the need for governance of generative artificial intelligence (AI) and immersive technologies.

The leaders agreed to have ministers discuss the technology as the “Hiroshima AI process” and report results by the end of the year, according to a summary of a working lunch.


(Reporting by Rocky Swift; editing by Jason Neely)


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