The G20 leaders emphasised the importance of international cooperation and discussions on global governance for AI. The summit called for a safe and inclusive digital infrastructure for service delivery and innovation.
The G20 Declaration welcomed the ‘G20 Framework for Systems of Digital Public Infrastructure’ and expressed commitment to promote cooperation on international AI governance. Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar called it a “tremendous achievement”.
“India’s #G20 Presidency is going to leave an indelible impression on the world order as we move forward,” Chandrasekhar, Minister of State for IT and Electronics, said in a post on X (earlier Twitter).
The G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration supported the establishment of a framework called the ‘G20 Framework for Systems of Digital Public Infrastructure’. This framework aims to create safe, secure, trusted, and inclusive digital infrastructure that respects human rights, privacy, and intellectual property rights.
It also emphasises the importance of building resilience and trust in the digital economy. The Declaration highlights the need for international cooperation and discussions on the responsible use of artificial intelligence.
Additionally, it recognises India’s plan to create a Global Digital Public Infrastructure Repository (GDPIR), which will serve as a virtual collection of digital infrastructure resources shared voluntarily by G20 members and other countries.
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