December 18, 2020
“International organisations based in Geneva already have a strong importance for digital governance independent of any Swiss strategy. Relevant organisations include the International Telecommunication Union, the World Trade Organization, the UN International Computing Centre (UNICC), the International Organization for Standardization, the World Intellectual Property Organization and the World Health Organization.”
In this article Nicolas Zahn and Kevin Kohler from the think tank foraus write on the challenges for Switzerland in “closing the digital Geneva gap.”
The Global Alliance for Digital Governance, a coordinator for global digital governance, considers Geneva as a center for this mission, but the most important issue is strategies and principles for standards and norms need to be based on the Social Contract for the AI Age. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has alarmed us about the root for standards, norms, regulations, policies that need to meet requirements of this Social Contract, and the US needs to lead this mission.
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