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dheeraj Sep 13
AI Governance Market worth $316 million by 2025 - Exclusive...
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Paris Peace Forum Aug 28
The “Global Civic Forum” organised by aims to engage all citizens into the comprehension and construction of a new AI governance regime. Hear from the President of The Future Society, Nicolas Miailhe !
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liwaiwai Aug 23
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Maria Luciana Axente AI@Oxford Sep 4
is the success factor for AI to achive potential and mitigate risk. An insightful read on specific considerations on governance focus on models and data via
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Ian Stedman Aug 16
A Call to Action: Moving Forward With the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in Canada by ⁦myself⁩ & ⁦⁩ May be of interest to tonight’s ⁦⁩ event attendees.
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Valentine Goddard Aug 28
When fundamental issues of are addressed, becomes an achievable goal. Inclusive is core to discussions about Not possible when basic needs not met!
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Valentine Goddard Sep 1
Civil society organizations: 80% female workforce. : average of 10%. Bringing AI to Civil Society Organizations and involving CSOs in is a fundamental step to ensuring
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LarvaeSoft® Sep 8
will build a state-of-the-art open development platform Many cities across the world want to develop AI, but very few of them have established a national-level AI experiment zone like Shanghai.
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SAIMAH 7 Oct 16
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Rana Tanveer Akhtar 14 Nov 17
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Rana Tanveer Akhtar 15 Nov 17
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Matthias Spielkamp Nov 15
My take on how indicators (on rights, openness, access, multi-stakeholder) can be used to support impact assessment of AI applications. (The question was posed to our panel at today's conference) 1/8
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SAIMAH 7 Oct 16
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Soenke Ziesche Aug 8
AI and Global Governance platform: “AI & Global Governance: A Seat at the Negotiating Table for AI? Opportunities and Risks”
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Biz Das Jul 11
As part of its Responsible AI series, PwC examines what it takes to put AI governance into practice to mitigate risk and increase the speed of innovation. via
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Caner Okan Aug 23
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Eileen Donahoe Nov 15
Join us event: "Harnessing Artificial Intelligence to Advance Knowledge Societies and Good Governance." airmozilla
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Aida Ponce Del Castillo Jan 30
'What do we mean when we talk about ? ' will never be ethical' Discussion about who and what should be governed and the possibilities of different frameworks, including the legal @CPDP2019
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Kuda Hove Nov 15
is not a monolith, it is rather an ecosystem of various decision making processes says Katie Evans
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Laura Galindo-Romero Aug 4
Back to twitter... after months of inactivity! Prepare for my insights about
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