The United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research is a voluntarily funded autonomous institute within the United Nations. An impartial actor, the Institute generates ideas and promotes action on disarmament and security. Based in Geneva, UNIDIR is centrally positioned to assist the international community in developing the practical, innovative thinking needed to find solutions to the challenges of today and tomorrow.
UNIDIR brings together states, international organizations, civil society, the private sector and academia so that we may work together—internationally, regionally and locally—to build and implement creative solutions that will benefit all states and peoples.
The UNIDIR Artificial Intelligence Policy Portal is an interactive map of the global AI policy landscape. It provides profiles of the AI policies of all 193 UN Member States, in addition to various intergovernmental organisations and multistakeholder & other initiatives. This tool seeks to support informed participation by relevant stakeholders in all policy processes and promote support transparency, information sharing, confidence, and capacity building in the emerging field of artificial intelligence.
To open a profile, click on the state or organisation of interest or use the Browse button. The Portal’s filter function allows you to search for specific policies across the database of profiles. You can use the compare function to analyze the profiles of up to three states or organisations side by side. The Portal is regularly updated to reflect the latest developments among profiled entities.
The AI Policy Portal is maintained by the AI workstream of UNIDIR’s Security and Technology Programme, which is supported by the Governments of the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and by Microsoft.
Most of the data on the UNIDIR Artificial Intelligence Policy Portal is compiled from official and publicly available sources. Every effort has been made to trace information back to the official documentation disseminated by the State or intergovernmental organisation in question. Where this has proved impossible, data has been verified through multiple secondary sources. A small number of documents, which have been shared and approved for publishing by the relevant authorities, are hosted directly on UNIDIR’s servers. Selection and categorisation of relevant documents is at the discretion of the UNIDIR Security & Technology Programme and based on detailed analysis by project staff. Further details on how categories are defined can be found in the glossary.
Any English language translation is provided for information only and confers no rights nor imposes any obligations on anyone. Only the official publication of data in its original language, as promulgated by the proper government or official authority, should be considered authentic.
If there are translation errors, mistakes in designation, or outdated or missing information, your feedback is most certainly welcome.
The map on UNIDIR's Artificial Intelligence Policy Portal is based on documents provided by the United Nations Geospatial Information Section. More information at: http://www.un.org/Depts/Cartographic/english/htmain.htm.