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### Nations Backing US Initiative for Ethical AI Defense Implementation

An initiative by the Biden administration to encourage the “responsible” military use o…

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This week, officials announced that numerous countries have joined a U.S. initiative to promote the “responsible” military use of artificial intelligence as governments address the potential risks associated with this new technology.

According to a statement from the State Department, 45 international institutions have partnered with the United States to implement the “Political Declaration on Responsible Military Use of Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy.”

Vice President Kamala Harris has championed the charter, which was established in February. She recently noted that the number of countries ratifying the agreement has increased beyond the initial 31.

On May 3, 2023, Vice President Kamala Harris delivered a speech at the George Washington University Eastern American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Forum.

The record sets forth a framework of 10 standards for the military’s use of AI, emphasizing compliance with international law, proper training, implementation of safeguards, and subjecting systems to rigorous testing and evaluation.

The State Department highlighted that “The Declaration provides a basis for countries to engage in ongoing discussions on responsible military AI use across all AI technologies, facilitating the exchange of best practices, expert-level dialogues, and capacity-building efforts.”

In addition to these efforts, the U.S. has initiated new policies and recommendations regarding the government’s adoption of AI technology to enhance safety standards.

During a significant policy address in London earlier this month, Harris remarked that “history may judge this as the moment when we had the chance to establish the groundwork for the future of AI.” The urgency of the situation may compel us to collectively envision the future of AI.


The White House highlighted President Biden’s signing of a pivotal executive order aimed at safeguarding Americans from potential AI risks just days before this announcement. The order mandates that companies developing “foundational IoT” models report the outcomes of their security assessments to the federal government.

Sen. Mike Braun, R-Ind., addressed mounting concerns about AI systems on The Night Edit, underscoring the Department of Homeland Security’s establishment of the AI Safety and Security Board to oversee critical infrastructure companies. The Departments of Energy and Homeland Security will also address threats posed by AI systems to essential infrastructure, including chemical, biological, nuclear, and security risks.


The expansion of AI technology has raised apprehensions about its impact on the labor market. A review of the potential implications is required in compliance with Biden’s directive.

Moreover, in September, the Senate hosted a bipartisan AI conference featuring tech luminaries such as Mark Zuckerberg of Meta, Bill Gates, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

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