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IGF 2023 Launch / Award Event #88 Legitimacy of multistakeholderism in IG spaces
WS 3 – Annex Hall 2 |
[NRIs] Community-driven governance for safe AI
WS 1 – Annex Hall 1 |Artificial Intelligence (AI) holds immense importance for societal development, offering transformative opportunities across various sectors. AI technologies have the potential to enhance efficiency, productivity, and innovation, driving economic growth and addressing complex societal challenges. From healthcare and education to transportation and energy, AI can revolutionize processes, improve decision-making, and enhance service delivery. Despite its numerous benefits, AI also carries harms that need good governance fense its future benefits to humanity.
Safe AI use needs policies, regulations, and ethical frameworks that ensure accountability, transparency, and fairness in the design, deployment and use of AI systems. Effective governance promotes responsible AI development, deployment, use and implementation, and ex ante auditing while addressing concerns related to privacy, bias, individual autonomy, security, and social impact. It establishes guidelines for data protection, algorithmic transparency, and human oversight. Moreover, good governance fosters public trust and confidence in AI technologies, encouraging adoption and acceptance. It encourages collaboration among governments, industry, academia, technical communities and civil society to develop comprehensive frameworks that address technical, social, cultural, and ethical dimensions of AI. By promoting transparency, inclusivity, and ethical considerations, good governance facilitates AI's integration into society, supporting its safe and beneficial application. Ultimately, by prioritizing good governance, we can ensure that AI technologies are designed, developed, deployed and utilized in a manner that aligns with societal values, respects human rights, and contributes to sustainable development.
Through multistakeholder exchanges of national and regional IGF initiatives, this session will address the following policy questions.
IGF 2023 WS #255 Digital Me: Being youth, women, and/or gender-diverse online
WS 3 – Annex Hall 2 |
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