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Working paper considers UN governance strategies for Artificial Intelligence and the newly announced Multistakeholder Advisory Body on AI.
New working paper outlines key questions surrounding the global governance of Artificial Intelligence.
ONLINE/OSLO: On 10 October 2023, UNU-WIDER will host the 27th WIDER Annual Lecture with Pinelopi (Penny) Goldberg.
The report distills evidence and key messages from hundreds of UNU-WIDER studies.
This new online course provides research insights that support policymaking towards the achievement of SDG 8.
For World Day Against Trafficking in Persons we explore how financial inclusion can be strengthened to protect vulnerable Haitians from exploitation.
Building Momentum for the Summit of the Future and Beyond.