How can we mitigate the risks of AI language models?
As ChatGPT becomes a household name, governments and other entities are taking action to address potentially harmful uses and impacts of generative AI. Our new paper looks at emerging policy responses from around the world and presents policy considerations associated with AI language models through the lens of the OECD AI Principles.
This paper analyses the use of AI in firms across 11 countries. It draws a portrait of AI adopters focusing on their characteristics, the role of complementary assets – such as intangibles and digital infrastructure – and the existing links between AI use and productivity.
Despite the increasing adoption of income-based tax incentives for R&D and innovation, evidence on their availability, design, generosity and actual cost remains scarce. This report helps fill the gap by documenting government efforts to provide preferential tax treatment for economic outputs of innovation activities.
This report reveals that steel subsidy trends persist even in the face of existing overcapacity. Between 2008 and 2020, steel companies in non-OECD economies obtained an average of 10.7 times more subsidies per crude steel production capacity unit than their counterparts in OECD countries.