To inform policy, the OECD welcomes cooperative relationships with other actors with complementary technical, business or policy expertise. It welcomes data and insights on AI developments with an eye on international reach.

Partnerships & implementation

Many stakeholders are helping to develop AI through a wide range of activities and investments. This means that much information, data and knowledge sit beyond the government’s reach. To ensure that all perspectives are taken into account in its work, OECD.AI cooperates with governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental actors.

OECD.AI is working closely with many partners. The Jožef Stefan Institute (JSI) in Slovenia, whose AI Lab provides live metrics. It collaborates with and leverages data from Event Registry, Microsoft Research, Elsevier, Github and LinkedInThe European Commission contributes to OECD.AI’s national AI policies and strategies.

OECD.AI cooperates with the International observatory on the societal impacts of artificial intelligence and digital technology (OBVIA), hosted by Université Laval in Canada. It has similar research interests and offers the potential to exchange with Quebec’s dynamic AI ecosystem.

Stakeholders who are interested in contributing to OECD.AI can contact the programme directly.

OECD.AI is supported by:

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