Bletchley Declaration

The Bletchley Declaration, made in 2018, is a significant milestone in global efforts to ensure artificial intelligence (AI) is developed and used responsibly.

The countries that signed the agreement include China, the European Union, France, Germany, India, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.

It emphasizes the importance of fostering collaboration between nations, industries, and academia to address the ethical challenges posed by AI.

By endorsing principles such as transparency, accountability, and inclusivity, the declaration underscores the need for ethical AI frameworks to guide technological advancements.

The Bletchley Declaration serves as a foundational document guiding policymakers and technologists in navigating the ethical complexities of AI development and deployment.