Global Forum on AI Governance - Launch event

14 October, 13.30 - 15.30

Virtual event


The global challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic have underscored the importance of artificial intelligence as a source of innovative solutions and, increasingly, of economic growth. As the use of AI continues to develop at pace, the United States, the European Union, and Japan play a significant role in AI governance. Collaboration between the three governments and the global business community is therefore needed to advance frameworks that are interoperable, promote innovation, and are grounded in shared democratic values. 

The Global Forum on AI Governance is a joint initiative of the U.S., EU, and Japanese business communities to discuss AI governance and identify areas for greater cooperation.The goal is to ensure an open dialogue between leading business voices and policymakers to mitigate future, unintentional, and unnecessary regulatory divergences.

The launch event of the Forum will take place online on 14 October and will discuss:

  • Emerging Approaches to AI Governance: Finding Commonalities, Advancing Interoperability
  • AI Governance in Today’s Regulatory Landscape

Senior representatives of the government and business communities from U.S, the EU and Japan will join the discussion, with confirmed names including Rada Rodriguez, President of Orgalim and Senior Vice-President at Schneider Electric and Hiroaki Kitano, Chair of the AI Utilization Strategy Task Force, Keidanren and Senior Vice-President at Sony Corporation.

Can I attend this event?

The event is on a by-invitation basis only. However, we have a few spots available for senior business and government representatives. For more information, contact us at