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All member states of the UN have accepted the first MI resolution

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All member states of the UN have accepted the first MI resolution

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Both about its development and regulation.

With the support of all member states, the UN General Assembly adopted its first resolution on artificial intelligence on Thursday, which emphasizes, among other things, equal sharing of the benefits of new technologies, MTI wrote.

The document, which was voted by the representatives of all 193 member states, formulates as a goal to reduce the digital gap between developed countries and poorer, developing states, as well as to ensure that all actors can sit at the table when negotiations on the use of artificial intelligence are taking place. The document calls for further negotiations on the regulation of artificial intelligence.

The resolution proposal put forward by the United States, which was co-sponsored by 123 countries, acknowledges that the development of artificial intelligence has accelerated tremendously, but at the same time, it qualifies global agreement on the safety and reliability of the systems created by the new technology as urgent.

The White House welcomed the unanimous adoption of the document, the resolution outlining the basic principles of the application and use of artificial intelligence. In her statement, Vice President Kamala Harris emphasized the commitment of the US administration to the development of international standards and rules regarding developing technologies.

US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield said it was particularly significant that the world had come together to promote development at a time when there was little agreement.

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