China News Network, September 9 Comprehensive foreign media reports, on the 19th local time, American entrepreneur Musk said that China may eventually lead the world in the development of artificial intelligence (AI) technology.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is reportedly currently on a visit to the United States. He spoke with Musk at the Tesla factory in Fremont, California on the 18th to discuss a series of issues, including artificial intelligence.
In a conversation with Netanyahu, Musk said, "As for which countries you are talking about will have important leadership in the field of artificial intelligence, China is definitely one of them, one of the very top countries, probably the first place." ”
On July 7, the United Nations Security Council held a high-level open meeting on the theme "Opportunities and risks brought by artificial intelligence to international peace and security". Zhang Jun, China's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, put forward five principles on AI governance, one is to adhere to ethics first, the other is to adhere to safety and controllability, the third is to adhere to fairness and inclusiveness, the fourth is to adhere to openness and inclusiveness, and the fifth is to adhere to peaceful use.
Zhang Jun said that China adheres to the concept of a community with a shared future for mankind, has always participated in global cooperation and governance of artificial intelligence in a highly responsible manner, and has successively submitted two position papers on the military application and ethical governance of artificial intelligence on the United Nations platform. China is willing to work with the international community to actively implement the Global Development Initiative, the Global Security Initiative and the Global Civilization Initiative in the field of artificial intelligence, adhere to the priority of development, safeguard common security, promote cross-cultural exchanges and cooperation, share the achievements of artificial intelligence technology with other countries, and jointly prevent and respond to risks and challenges.