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International organizations want governments and tech companies to adopt a human rights declaration for artificial intelligence and machine learning.
China’s government rejected the concerns of U.N. experts that at least 1 million ethnic Uyghurs are being detained and indoctrinated in Xinjiang Province.
Artificial intelligence will be examined as a potential tool of sustainable development by international organizations, tech giants and academics.
Deep-seated Muslim anger at efforts to satirize Prophet Muhammad in Danish cartoons stirred the IOC to propose a ban against incitement of religious hatred.
Modern slavery overtook the lives of at least 40.3 million people worldwide in 2016, according to estimates by an international organization.
A panel of independent experts warned the WTO could become irrelevant if trade wars and tensions cause wider “backsliding” towards trade protectionism.
An international observatory traced a high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its origin in a distant galaxy about 4 billion light years away.
The U.N. and UNICEF are the most popular organizations on Twitter, where U.S. President Donald Trump overtook Pope Francis in the most-followed ranking.
The U.N.’s top humanitarian official paid a rare visit to North Korea, meeting other aid providers and some of the more than 10 million people who need help.
As telecoms hurtle down a racecourse towards 5-G wireless technology, U.N. technical experts function as race directors working behind the starting gates.
An inability to stop playing video games will be classified as a mental health condition for the first time in WHO’s manual of the world’s diseases.
The U.N. is convening its first outer space conference in almost two decades, the celestial counterpart to its Earth-bound mission to prevent more wars.
The international organization that runs the world’s largest atom smasher has begun work on a major upgrade to improve chances for more discoveries.
Two nuclear watchdogs declared themselves prepared to carry out the monitoring and verification North Korea would need for denuclearization.
A decade after its invention, blockchain technology is inspiring the launch of new international organizations and potential new uses.
A peace treaty and nuclear disarmament on the Korean Peninsula would expand North Korea’s little-known involvement with international organizations.
WHO called on governments to do more to reduce premature deaths from neglected chronic diseases, but stopped short of endorsing a sugary drinks tax.
Europe’s new rules on data protection affect businesses and consumers worldwide — and also many international organizations that process personal data.
The first international organization dates to an 1804 treaty on the Rhine River. In the 20th century, they proliferated to find solutions and prevent wars.