The project brings together stakeholders from all sectors of society to collaborate on co-designing innovative, agile frameworks for governing AI. The Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution is a hub for global, multistakeholder cooperation to develop policy frameworks and advance collaborations that accelerate the benefits of science and technology,
Professor Horst Eidenmueller has been invited to participate as an expert in the “Reimagining Regulation for the age of AI” project, which is run out of the World Economic Forum’s “Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution”.
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