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Global Stage at Davos 2024: live premiere tomorrow at 11 am ET

Join Microsoft and GZERO Media for the premiere of Making AI Work for the World tomorrow, January 18 at 11 am ET/8 am PT/5 pm CET, recorded live at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland this morning.

Bianna Golodryga, Anchor & Senior Global Affairs Analyst at CNN, moderated the Global Stage discussion about the rapid development of AI technologies and the race to regulate them with Brad Smith, Vice Chair & President, Microsoft; Ian Bremmer, President & Co-founder, Eurasia Group & GZERO Media; Eva Maydell, Member of European Parliament, Bulgarian politician, Speaker for the EU Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence; Amandeep Singh Gill, UN Tech Envoy; and Omar Sultan al Olama, UAE Minister of State for Artificial Intelligence.

Watch the live premiere at gzeromedia.com/globalstage.

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Watch our Davos event: Making AI Work for the World

Can AI truly benefit all? In our Global Stage event at the World Economic Forum in Davos, our expert panel examines the rapid development of AI technologies, the race to regulate them, and how to ensure the two competing forces of innovation and regulation lead to greater access, safety, and opportunity around the world. Watch the discussion today, January 18 at 11 am ET/8 am PT/5 pm CET at gzeromedia.com/globalstage.

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