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AI challenges and opportunities for policymakers: How to reconcile algorithms and inclusive policies

Thursday 11 november 2021 16:00 - 16:45
Artificial intelligence holds great promise but is also known to reproduce and amplify human biases, threatening to tear down the social fabric. The adoption of appropriate regulations and policies often lags behind the accelerating rhythm of innovation and developing competencies. In this regard, the role of researchers and experts in particular, and civil society in general, is crucial in raising awareness and fostering safe, inclusive, and effective AI-enabled solutions. This session will discuss good practices to address this gap and maximize the benefits of algorithms designed to respond to social problems.
Stage E
Governing AI and ensuring cybersecurity

Speakers (4)

Katy Lee
Journalist

AFP

Caitlin Kraft-Buchman
CEO and Founder

Alliance / Women at The Table

Karine Perset
Head of OECD.AI Policy Observatory

Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD)

julie owono
Julie Owono
Executive Director

Internet Without Borders

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