China's New AI Governance Initiatives Shouldn't Be Ignored


Over the past six months, the Chinese government has rolled out a series of policy documents and public pronouncements that are finally putting meat on the bone of the country's governance regime for artificial intelligence (AI). Given China's track record of leveraging AI for mass surveillance, it's tempting to view these initiatives as little more than a fig leaf to cover widespread abuses of human rights. Anyone who wants to compete against, cooperate with, or simply understand China's AI ecosystem must examine these moves closely. These recent initiatives show the emergence of three different approaches to AI governance, each championed by a different branch of the Chinese bureaucracy, and each at a different level of maturity. Their backers also pack very different bureaucratic punches.

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