G20 AI STRATEGIES
Many nations have started to publish national AI strategies. Since Canada released its strategy in 2017, 11 other G20 members have followed suit, but each nation has approached their AI strategy differently. The Digital Trade and Data Governance Hub has examined these strategies and produced two documents. The first provides an overview summarizing main goals of each national AI strategy, and the second provides an analysis of how each strategy deals with data governance with respect to AI. Our analysis shows that there is no one formula to achieve a national AI strategy. Thus, strategies range in focus and cover aspects such as funding, research, infrastructure, ethics, jobs, standards, and data governance. These documents are current as of August 2019 and will be updated every 6 months.
G20 National AI Strategies Overview
G20 AI Strategies on Data Governance
Below are the G20 countries with each country’s AI strategy. A more in-depth look at G20 and their data governance strategies can be found in our G20 data governance overview.