Based in Geneva, Switzerland, the Simon Institute for Longterm Governance (SI) works to mitigate global catastrophic risks, building on Herbert Simon's vision of future-proof policymaking processes.
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Submission to the Global Digital Compact on the interpretability of AI foundation modelsApril 26, 2023
As part of the UN’s Our Common Agenda, an intergovernmental process on digital governance has been put in place to produce the ‘Global…