A number of these experts said ways must be found for people of the world to come to a common understanding of the evolving concerns over AI and digital life and to reach agreement in order to create cohesive approaches to tackling AI’s challenges.

Solutions to address AI’s anticipated negative impacts, by Janna Anderson & Lee Rainie, in Pew Researcher Center, December 10, 2018

The AI narrative is moving on from questions to actions and finding solutions to manage the potential risk and ethics of AI.

Reflections on AI from Davos 2020 – World Economic Forum, by Simon Greenman, in Towards Data Science, February 02, 2020

An overwhelming majority of the American public believes that artificial intelligence (AI) should be carefully managed.

Public opinion lessons for AI regulation, by Baobao Zhang, in Brookings, December 10, 2019

Autonomous weapons shouldn’t be banned, but governments must ensure that they are used in a way that retains accountability.

The Morality of Robotic War, by Micheal C. Horowitz and Paul Scharre, in The New York Times, May 27, 2015

Can the state keep up with the rapid aging of such a large population?

China Isn’t Having Enough Babies, by Wang Feng and Yong Cai, in The New York Times, February 26, 2019