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AI Innovation Concentration and the Governance Challenge

In view of the pace of technological change in the artificial intelligence (AI) sector, this paper considers leading AI-intensive innovator firms and the state of the regulatory environment in which they operate. A central concern is to examine the concentration of AI innovation and to consider factors in the regulatory environment that may support or hinder its responsible diffusion in line with applicable international norms.

In order to achieve broad welfare gains and global participation in the AI economy, stakeholders — producers, suppliers, consumers, researchers, regulators and others — will need a safe and trustworthy business environment that facilitates responsible access and technology diffusion

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  • Douglas Lippoldt
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AI Innovation Concentration and the Governance Challenge
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Publisher:Centre for International Governance Innovation
Published:April 16, 2024
License:Creative Commons
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