IGF 2019 WS #356 Data security of end-users in the era of AI for SDG

Organizer 1: Civil Society, African Group
Organizer 2: Civil Society, African Group

Speaker 1: Dawit Bekele, Technical Community, African Group
Speaker 2: Olga Cavalli, Government, Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC)
Speaker 3: Walid Al-Saqaf, Technical Community, Western European and Others Group (WEOG)

Policy Question(s): 

How can consumer's data must be protect ?
What are the news Strategies and tools to protects end-users data on the AI World ?

Relevance to Theme: The mains of that Workshop is to learn more how and what are strategies, a new approach and powerful new tools to protect end-users data on the new world of AI to better achieve the SDG Goals more interactive with participants .

End-users’s data security has become one of the top priorities for many multistakholer in the digital era. No one is immune to cyber threats. Over the years, the world has seen a dramatic increase in online attacks. Not only are these threats increasing in number, but they are also getting more sophisticated.
And we add to that the Artificial Intelligence, as you know Artificial intelligence (AI) is an area of computer science that emphasizes the creation of intelligent machines that work and react like humans.

We explore some Risks Everyone (End-Users) Should Know About for more data protection and risk of Hacking algorithms: It is now possible to track and analyze an individual's every move online as well as when they are going about their daily business. Cameras are nearly everywhere, and facial recognition algorithms know who you are.

Relevance to Internet Governance: protect users data on connected world of Artifical Intellegence

Format: 

Debate - Classroom - 90 Min

Description: We explore some Risks Everyone (End-Users) Should Know About for more data protection and risk of Hacking algorithms: It is now possible to track and analyze an individual's every move online as well as when they are going about their daily business. Cameras are nearly everywhere, and facial recognition algorithms know who you are.

Expected Outcomes: -People aware about their data
- They can organize local engagament and outreach
-People undertood Artifical intelligence (AI)
- people aware how to have better Connected World to Achieve the SDG Goald
-GDPR and aother Data protectiong Undertood

Discussion Facilitation: 

1. 1st session of speakers, to present their view points (30min);
2. Interaction session with participants (onsite or online) (25 min);
3. 2nd session of the speakers, to bring more clarifications and to answer
the questions (30 min) ;
4. Conclusions by the moderator (5min);

Online Participation: 

Yes the remote Moderator can Take online Interaction /Question using Webex Official

SDGs: 

GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 17: Partnerships for the Goals