The following are the key take-aways from the AI for Good Summit that took place in May, 2019. In his keynote address, Siemens’ Snabe said that “ever since it began, technology was always based on promises.” He continued that we recognize that data and AI are fundamental tools in solving the grand challenges facing humanity. […]Read more..
The AI for Good Global Summit is the leading United Nations platform for global and inclusive dialogue on artificial intelligence. This year it took place from May 28-31, 2019 in Geneva, Switzerland and Virtual Activism was in attendance. Society is at a critical juncture in examining AI’s impact on humanity. To succeed, the efforts to […]Read more..
The UNESCO, in its report on the ethical dimensions of artificial intelligence Steering AI and Advanced ICTs for Knowledge Societies, A Roam Perspective noted that there are risks and opportunities in AI adoption. It identified four core areas – ROAM – that will be affected AI: Human Rights such as freedom of expression, privacy and […]Read more..
The OECD AI Principles are the first such principles signed by governments. The OECD has adopted the Principles on Artificial Intelligence that promote artificial intelligence (AI) that is innovative and trustworthy and that respects human rights and democratic values. They were adopted on 22 May 2019 by OECD member countries when they approved the OECD Council […]Read more..