Current status: Closed
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) technology have reaffirmed the urgency of ensuring that AI systems, particularly generative AI systems, are developed and used safely.
Over recent months, the Government of Canada has been engaged in domestic and international discussions about the need for standards and safeguards for generative AI systems. In support of Canada's efforts in this space, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada is hosting roundtable sessions to seek stakeholder feedback on a Canadian code of practice for generative AI.
Stakeholder feedback will shape the development of the code of practice and will help inform the Government of Canada on next steps with regard to addressing the risks posed, and opportunities presented by, generative AI systems. The code will provide voluntary guidance to companies developing and using AI systems, and it will help them to prepare their processes and products before formal regulation takes effect.
Who We Consulted
These consultations involved roundtables with stakeholders with expertise and experience in this area, including Canada's Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence, and representatives from academia, civil society, Canada's AI research institutes, and industry.
The key elements for discussion during these roundtables are outlined in the consultation scene setter, entitled Canadian Guardrails for Generative AI – Code of Practice.
Following the consultation period, we will publish an update on this web page.
- Canada's Digital Charter
- Artificial Intelligence and Data Act
- Artificial Intelligence and Data Act companion document
- Advisory Council on Artificial Intelligence
If you have any questions regarding this consultation or require further assistance, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.