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GOVERNANCE

IGCAI 2021

ONLINE

The 1st International Congress for the Governance of AI (ICGAI), convened by the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and the World Technology Network, hosted by and thanks to the generosity of the City of Prague, in association with many other prominent partners. ICGAI will bring together representatives of governments, industry, international organizations, universities, research centers, leaders of underserved nations and communities, and other stakeholders in the AI space. ICGAI is a collaborative initiative directed at establishing an agile and comprehensive governance framework for artificial intelligence.

May 13, 2021 to May 15, 2021

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GOVERNANCE

Decision Point in AI Governance

Center for Long-Term Cybersecurity – UC Berkeley

Research

This paper provides an overview of efforts already under way to resolve the translational gap between principles and practice, ranging from tools and frameworks to standards and initiatives that can be applied at different stages of the AI development pipeline. The paper presents a typology and catalog of 35 recent efforts to implement AI principles, and explores three case studies in depth. Selected for their scope, scale, and novelty, these case studies can serve as a guide for other AI stakeholders — whether companies, communities, or national governments — facing decisions about how to operationalize AI principles...

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GOVERNANCE

Standards for AI Governance: International Standards to Enable Global Coordination in AI Research & Development

Future of Humanity Institute – University of Oxford

Standards

Standards are an institution for coordination. Standards ensure that products made around the world are interoperable. They ensure that management processes for cybersecurity, quality assurance, environmental sustainability, and more are consistent no matter where they happen. Standards provide the institutional infrastructure needed to develop new technologies, and they provide safety procedures to do so in a controlled manner. Standards can do all of this, too, in the research and development of artificial intelligence (AI)...

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GOVERNANCE GOVERNING & PUBLIC SECTOR

Model AI Governance Framework

Principles & Guidelines

On 23 January 2019, the PDPC released its first edition of the Model AI Governance Framework (Model Framework) for broader consultation, adoption and feedback. The Model Framework provides detailed and readily-implementable guidance to private sector organisations to address key ethical and governance issues when deploying AI solutions...

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ETHICS & TRUST GOVERNANCE

The Ethics and Governance of Artificial Intelligence

MIT Media Lab

ONLINE

This course will pursue a cross-disciplinary investigation of the development and deployment of the opaque complex adaptive systems that are increasingly in public and private use. We will explore the proliferation of algorithmic decision-making, autonomous systems, and machine learning and explanation; the search for balance between regulation and innovation; and the effects of AI on the dissemination of information, along with questions related to individual rights, discrimination, and architectures of control...

English

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GOVERNANCE

Governing the Rise of AI

Sciences Po Paris

PHYSICAL

At Sciences Po Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA), The Future Society is teaching Governing the Rise of AI for its third year. This graduate level course equips students to understand and analyze key public policy, political, social, and economic issues concerning the rise of AI and its impacts...

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