Regarding the ground invasion by Israeli forces into the Palestinian territory of the Gaza Strip, the G7 leaders stressed the need for the Israeli regime to comply with international law.

Iran PressEurope: The leaders also expressed serious concerns about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the area. 

Leaders of the Group of Seven nations met virtually late Wednesday and agreed on the first comprehensive international rules related to generative artificial intelligence.

The new rules apply to both developers and users and reflect guiding principles for AI developers that were agreed on at the Hiroshima G7 summit earlier this year. 

The principles include a call for publicly reporting advanced AI systems’ capabilities and limitations, to ensure sufficient transparency.

As a measure against disinformation, the principles call for advancing the development of authentication technology and history management mechanisms that will permit the originators of information to be identified. This was done with Originator Profile technology in mind.

The agreement reached by the G7 leaders is the result of the “Hiroshima AI Process,” in which the G7 members have discussed issues related to generative AI.

In a statement jointly issued after the videoconference, the G7 leaders stressed that the comprehensive international rules on AI represent “the first successful international framework that includes guiding principles and the code of conduct to address the impact of advanced AI systems on our societies and economies.”

This online summit marked the conclusion of Japan’s tenure as G7 chair this year. 219

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