UNESCO is encouraging member states to foster the development of, and access to, a digital ecosystem for ethical development of Al Systems at the national and international level. Such an ecosystem includes a mechanism for sharing artificial intelligence (Al) knowledge. To support UNESCO, the mission of AI Talk live is to develop cross-cultural cooperation for a human-centric approach to artificial intelligence and make a better future for all.
AI Talk Live bring together USA, Canada, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Caribbean and Latin America (CALA) to engage and inform academics, policy-makers, governments and private sector leaders on evolving AI technologies impacting CALA relations. It includes concerns of human rights, bias, ethics and the design, development, and deployment of AI systems impacting society.
Development countries are racing to keep up with the dizzying pace of artificial intelligence (AI) advances. On the other hand, many other countries are getting behind.
Many will be impacted by issues of bias, human right violations, and by the lack of resources to design, develop, and deploy (AI) in a trusted, transparent, accountable, inclusive manner and beneficial to all.
Regulatory and investment-oriented approaches are required to mitigate the risks associated with certain uses of AI. Western countries occupy the space in ethics opened by AI and in turn denies cultural diversity, the variety of normative perspectives and, ultimately, the true complexity of ethical analysis.
In collaboration with The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers [IEEE] AI Standards contributors and higher education institutions (Founding Fellows), AI Talk Live alliance seeks to address areas of critical global challenges and shared priorities for the benefit of humanity.
It brings stakeholders together to:
Cross-cultural cooperation is essential if AI is to bring about benefits globally. It is our responsibility as community leaders to influence the ways in which AI is perceived, implemented, and normalized globally.
Our call to action is to employ a global lens to our core AI assumptions, whether it is the training data, model design and performance, explainability, and fairness of AI systems.
We need to make sure that AI is aligned to humans in terms of our moral values, culture, and ethical principles to fully benefit from the potential. AI has to behave in a way that is beneficial to society beyond reaching business goals. This will allow for an elevated level of trust for use of AI in our society.
Successful Artificial Intelligence (AI) design, development, and deployment depends on more than the technology. AI Talk Live participants will gain practical knowledge how to create an AI holistic (human- centered) strategy to drive long-lasting business impact with these five learning paths:
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