15:15-16:15
Room 2

Friday 10 November 2023


Roundtable

Fighting Global Disparities through Equitable AI for Equitable Policies

Ensuring trust and safety in the digital world

Pervasive disparities in public policies across health, education, wealth, gender, and race, present a significant threat to realizing the transformative potential of AI. Concerted global efforts are needed to ensure that the development and use of AI serve peaceful and prosperous societies everywhere. However, these efforts can only be fruitful if the experiences and knowledge from the majority of the world are included.   To achieve this, it is essential to move beyond the confines of the leadership of a small group of countries only and embrace a more expansive and inclusive global framework. This session brings together a diverse array of actors to explore innovative strategies that enable a multi-stakeholder approach to promote equitable AI in the realm of public policy. Join us as we collectively work towards a future where AI in public policy is marked by diversity, inclusion, and equity.

Rachel Adams

Director, AI and Global Programmes, Research ICT Africa

Speaker

Anne Marie Engtoft Meldgaard

Tech Ambassador, Kingdom of Denmark

Speaker

Kazuo Noguchi

Senior Manager R&D, Hitachi America

Speaker

Linda Bonyo

Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Lawyers Hub

Speaker

Violeta Belver

Communications Coordinator, ILDA

Speaker

Jamila Venturini

Executive Director, Derechos Digitales

Speaker

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