The Security Council held its first formal debate on the ‘Dangers of Artificial Intelligence’.

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The Security Council held its first formal debate on the 'Dangers of Artificial Intelligence'.

For the first time, the United Nations Security Council has formally discussed the dangers of artificial intelligence.

According to Reuters, governments around the world are considering mitigating the risks associated with artificial intelligence.

Experts believe that artificial intelligence has the potential to change the global economy and international security landscape.

The UK holds the presidency of the UN Security Council this month and is keen to take a leading role in introducing rules on artificial intelligence.

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly will chair the meeting in New York on Tuesday.

In June, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres supported the creation of an agency modeled after the International Atomic Energy Agency to oversee artificial intelligence.

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said the risk of advances in the field of artificial intelligence is real but the “seriousness” of disinformation already spreading from digital platforms cannot be ignored.

He suggested making a global code of conduct in this regard.

Artificial intelligence is said to bring about a change that the world has never seen before.

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