People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua

Chinese AI gets ethical guidelines for the first time, aligning with Beijing’s goal of reining in Big Tech

  • China released the country’s first set of guidelines on AI ethics, emphasising user rights and data control
  • The guidelines are part of China’s goal to become the global AI leader by 2030, but also align with Beijing’s effort to crack down on Big Tech influence

Topic |   Artificial intelligence
People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
People view exhibits at the fifth World Intelligence Congress, a major artificial intelligence event in China, in Tianjin on May 20. China introduced its first ethical guidelines governing AI last week as it seeks to become the global industry leader by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
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