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Exciting news! As we gear up for the High-level Advisory Body on AI, we're inviting thought leaders, researchers, and enthusiasts to contribute short papers (~2000 words) on pivotal themes:

1️⃣ Key Issues on Global AI Governance: Dive into studies and recommendations that the High-Level Advisory Body on AI should prioritize, especially those needing global governance attention.

2️⃣ Current Efforts in Global AI Governance: Share analyses on bilateral, multilateral, and inter-regional initiatives. We're keen on understanding varying philosophical approaches, critiques, and suggestions.

3️⃣ Models in Global AI Governance: Whether you're analyzing existing models or proposing fresh perspectives, we're all ears. Surveys and analyses of other proposals are also encouraged.

We champion diversity! 🌈 We're eager to hear from a myriad of groups, regions, and methodologies. Your insights will serve as foundational material (with due credit) for the High-Level Advisory Body on AI.

πŸ“… Deadline: 30 September

πŸ“§ Submission: Send your paper (hyperlink or PDF) to Ensure your title page has the author(s) details, affiliation, and contact info. If it's an Executive Summary of a more extensive piece, kindly attach the main paper's link.

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