This month, we explore:
- The future of AI in international organizations
- The Global Ethic, a call to action for a more just and peaceful world
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly evolving and has the potential to make a significant difference to international organizations like the United Nations. With a proposed AI summit of world leaders looming on the horizon, journalist Thalif Deen posed several questions to ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot developed by OpenAI.
UN Bureau Chief and Regional Director IPS North America, has been covering the UN since the late 1970s. A former deputy news editor of the Sri Lanka Daily News, he was a senior editorial writer for the Hong Kong daily, The Standard.
The Global Ethic is a declaration of universal values and principles shared by the world’s religions. It addresses urgent practical needs and provides moral guidance on critical human issues, promoting committed action in a world facing violence, hatred, oppression, wealth disparity, and environmental threats. Beyond laws and conventions, the Global Ethic aims to foster changes in people’s minds, hearts, and ways of life.
The Parliament of the World’s Religions cultivates harmony among the world’s spiritual traditions and fosters their engagement with guiding institutions to achieve a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world.