“The first law is that a robot shall not harm a human, or by inaction allow a human to come to harm. The second law is that a robot shall obey any instruction given to it by a human, and the third law is that a robot shall avoid actions or situations that could cause it to come to harm itself.” - Asimov’s laws

The Boerner Administration wants to create a World Wide AI Treaty that collaborates with other countries to make sure AI develops responsibly and safely. Developing AI is important for progress, but we need to protect ethical practices and human rights. This policy position sets the guidelines of a Global AI Treaty that all participating countries should follow to safeguard humanity from its Artificial Intelligent creations.

Countries need to collaborate to deal with challenges like cybersecurity and harmful uses of advanced AI. In our modern world, machine learning techniques could weaponize deep fake content or false information influence operations. Even though there are many benefits from using cutting-edge technologies powered by AI, caution must be taken when implementing them so that their potential negative effects can be minimized or avoided entirely.

Key tenets:

  • Ethical Research Guidelines
  • Human Rights Protection
  • Collaboration and Deterrence
  • Development Assistance Programs
  • Public-Private Partnerships
  • Education & Workforce Training

Ethical Research Guidelines

A structure must be created that implements harmonious guidelines for all sovereign parties.  By joining together in the World Wide AI Treaty under President Boerner’s leadership, different countries can agree to be open and fair with each other when it comes to using Artificial Intelligence (AI). This means sharing important information about new discoveries and resources linked to AI technologies. The main goal is to help make our world a better place by promoting the best practices for creating and using AI systems across schools, research labs, businesses, and various industries. By working together, we can develop smart solutions that improve people’s lives all around the globe.

Human Rights Protection

As AI keeps changing many parts of our lives, we need to think about how it affects people’s rights. The World Wide AI Treaty will help countries agree on common standards to make sure that AI algorithms respect everyone’s privacy and freedom of speech while not being unfair or biased. Countries working together under this treaty will create policies that ensure clearness in how AI works, hold developers responsible for their creations, and report what they learn – all of which builds a trustworthy environment where ethical ideas can grow.

Collaboration and Deterrence

Advanced AI systems are developing quickly, and this can cause problems like deep fakes or false information that might destabilize countries. To fix these issues, governments need to join forces to implement rigid safeguards that protect everyone from harmful uses of technology. By being a part of the World Wide AI Treaty, countries will work together to share important info about dangers in cyberspace, and be ready to act when there’s an attack by bad actors trying to take advantage of the most cutting edge technology in AI.


Moreover, being a part of this AI Treaty means that the countries will learn from each other and help one another grow. They’ll share their best ideas about how to use AI for good, like making lives better, healthier, and more enjoyable. By working together on projects that benefit everyone instead of competing, we can build a brighter future with safer technology.

This cooperation also helps create new opportunities for people around the world to learn about AI and become experts in using it responsibly; thus ensuring a future filled with new technological gadgets and amazing discoveries made possible by Artificial Intelligence.

Development Assistance Programs

AI-related challenges are global and extend beyond any single nation’s borders. As a result, it is crucial to have international cooperation with policies that support responsible innovation worldwide. Countries in need of assistance for scaling up AI research and development investments can benefit from such collaboration through resource assistance programs.

The goal is to create sustainable socio-economic impacts by investing in our interconnected world, which will become increasingly inclusive over the long term. It’s essential to plan strategically, and consider how actions taken now may create opportunities or require collaborative problem solving in the future.

By embracing a cooperative spirit, goodwill, and shared responsibilities wholeheartedly, countries across various cultures can recognize the significance of their collective efforts while addressing ongoing changes as they happen - both predictably and unexpectedly. This approach allows nations to uphold traditional values that transcend cultural barriers while respecting each other’s unique perspectives on emerging technologies like AI.


Public-Private Partnerships

The Boerner Administration aims to encourage and support public-private partnerships between government agencies, established corporations, academic institutions, and startup businesses. This initiative will create a thriving environment for responsible AI innovation. Financial incentives such as tax breaks or grants will be provided to promote research and development in critical areas like healthcare services, environmental sustainability, infrastructure maintenance, and addiction rehabilitation.

These efforts will follow the evolving industry standards to ensure that all participating organizations are treated equally—regardless of their size or market position—and contribute fairly without any unfair advantages. By accounting for diverse perspectives from various stakeholders within this ecosystem, a balanced socio-economic foundation can be built towards long-term prosperity through shared benefits accrued over time.

Education & Workforce Training

To maintain a competitive edge in AI technology advancements, the United States needs to invest in education and workforce training that will empower future generations of Americans. This includes adding AI-focused courses into K-12 curriculums, higher education, and trade schools; across subjects like computer science, data analysis, engineering, ethics, and sociology. By doing so, we prepare future generations with essential skills for succeeding in our increasingly automated world.

Additionally, governments should support retraining programs for current workers whose jobs are affected by automation-related changes within their industries. These initiatives can help people make smoother transitions into new careers by acquiring skills tailored to match available opportunities within modern job markets that have been identified through careful analysis during curriculum design.



The World Wide AI Treaty, proposed by the Boerner Administration, aims to make the most of Artificial Intelligence’s huge potential while addressing its challenges in a responsible manner. By working together with global partners and stakeholders, this initiative creates an environment where technology can grow ethically and fairly for everyone.

This treaty focuses on creating ethical research guidelines, protecting human rights through common standards, collaborating on shared problems like cybersecurity defense against harmful uses of AI, and supporting responsible innovation around the world. Ultimately, it sets the stage for a safer and more prosperous future powered by AI-based technologies.

About Eric Jon Boerner for President: 

Boerner seeks the 2024 presidential nomination with a problem-solving perspective based on his vast experience in federal government and innovative tech fields. To learn more about his campaign and vision for America, visit

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