The Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) has a mission to “support the development and use of AI based on human rights, inclusion, diversity, innovation, and economic growth, while seeking to address the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals”. Launched in June 2020, it is the first intergovernmental institution with a permanent focus on AI, with a founding membership that covers 2.5 billion of the world’s population. It has ambitions to scale, particularly to include low and middle income countries, support the UN Sustainable Development Goals and help fully realise the OECD AI Recommendation.
The technological readiness level (TRL) of 66 initiatives. Initiatives are grouped based on the clustering framework described in Responsible AI in Pandemic Response (The Future Society, 2020). Visualization by Bruno Kunzler, TFS Affiliate.— April 6, 2022
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