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Digital regulators embrace strategy to unlock benefits of transformative technologies

Digital regulators embrace strategy to unlock benefits of transformative technologies

ITU’s Global Symposium for Regulators 2024 explores policies

for impact in AI, space economy and climate action

​Regulators endorsed a set of guidelines to maximize the benefits of transformative information and

communication technologies (ICTs) at the Global Symposium for Regulators (GSR-24) which closed

today in Kampala, Uganda.

The “GSR-24 Best Practice Guidelines​” agreed by ICT regulators include a series of considerations for

balancing innovation with regulation to create a positive impact on societies and economies from

emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI).

“With one-third of humanity still offline and women and other vulnerable groups on the wrong side of

the globe’s digital divides, GSR-24 and the Best Practice Guidelines highlight the innovation, trust,

and inclusivity that we need in the policy and regulatory environment,” said ITU Secretary-General

Doreen Bogdan-Martin. “With change being the only certainty facing regulators and policymakers, we

must work together to pursue regulatory approaches to leverage transformative technologies such as

AI, promote the space economy, encourage innovation, and support climate action and the UN

Sustainable Development Goals.”

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