Last week, the U.S. and 35 other member countries that comprise the Organization for Economic Co-Operation (OECD) agreed to a set of intergovernmental standards pertaining to the use of AI.

Before anyone gets too excited, standards are just that—not rules, per se, but they do lay out some expectations that AI will be used in ways protect human rights, prioritize safety/security and lay some measure of accountability at the feet of the people deploying the technology. And that might be enough to seriously impact the future of AI.

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