Panel Subject 2019: Artificial Intelligence

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This page is for coordination among the panel team to openly discuss the topics that will be covered under the subject of the "Artificial Intelligence" The page includes the relevant survey results, Panel Guidelines and a section for the panel team to discuss in the comments.

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Panel Guidelines

Panel teams should use this process to discuss the panel and get as close as possible to consensus on the following items by April 17.

  • Decide on a concrete subject for the panel based upon discussion and rough consensus. The subject and process should take into account:
    • The IGF-USA Principles
    • The working title, working description and related submissions. See Below
  • Assign team leader(s) and a representative to interface with the steering committee and provide ongoing up to date information to the wrangler and secretariat.

Survey Topic

Working Title: Ensuring Genuine Benefits from Artificial Intelligence

Working Description: Artificial intelligence has the potential to radically transform industries, governments, economies and societies. Embracing this potential, President Trump recently signed an Executive Order to launch the American AI Initiative elevating artificial intelligence to a national priority. However, as businesses and governments increasingly leverage this technology, it is important to recognize the potential it has to create or exacerbate a number of ethical, technical, social and legal issues. This panel would bring together policy makers, industry and civil society experts to discuss how maximizing the benefits of AI, while addressing its limitations, risks and harms.

Related Submissions

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Timestamp Submission Number Submission Issue Areas Comments SG
Timestamp Submission Number Submission Issue Areas Comments SG
2019-01-28 8:38:05 AM 2019 Submission 1 AI, blockchain, AR/VR, and more global access were among the emerging technologies mentioned in the Global IGF 2018-Paris video survey. AI Nearly 150 attendees at Global IGF 2018-Paris spoke in video interviews on which new digital technologies will create the best opportunities for a better world for all over the next decade. The responses are displayed on the Imagining the Internet site; and you can also view the video responses in a YouTube playlist here: Responses by far the most-mentioned were AI, blockchain and more access. While the Internet of Things, VR and others were mentioned by some, many were looking forward to developments in AI and Blockchain and to promoting more access to the internet to more people globally. Civil Society / Academia
2019-02-04 11:55:42 AM 2019 Submission 18 I would like to propose a session on algorithmic bias, discrimination and human rights. AI I have written and spoken on the topic and know a community of scholars and advocates who can make this a robust conversation. Civil Society / Academia
2019-02-07 1:33:26 AM 2019 Submission 37 1. AI in Human 2. How to connect Rural with Global via E-Governance AI We want to make sense of technology for rural people Private Sector
2019-02-11 9:23:47 AM 2019 Submission 51 Formalisation of the contributions of machine learning and advanced statistical analysis(AI) in development of internet services. AI There seems to be many applications of ML and AI that are not made clear to users and this is not only unfair but highly dangerous, especially where systems are showing signs of serious bias in the data they rely upon for their proper and accurate operation. Technical Community
2019-01-29 12:52:03 PM 2019 Submission 6 Current and emerging tech & impact on America's civil society (e.g., IoT, facial recognition, AI, lessons learned from China) AI Civil Society / Academia
2019-02-11 2:10:07 PM 2019 Submission 63 Artificial Intelligence & The Role of Government Regulation AI Machine learning and artificial intelligence/augmented intelligence (AI), powered by streams of data and advanced algorithms, have incredible potential to improve countless consumer and enterprise use cases. For example, in healthcare, AI can prevent hospitalizations, reduce complications, and improve patient engagement. Yet, applications of AI have also given rise to a variety of potential effects and challenges for U.S. policymakers to consider, including notice/consent, bias, inclusion, transparency and digital due process, and law enforcement access to data, among others. As AI innovations continue to be developed and even start to enter today’s regulatory processes, U.S. policymakers at the legislative and regulatory levels are considering whether policy changes are needed. This session should feature diverse viewpoints from across the IGF-USA community to advance the public conversation on the role government oversight should have with respect to AI. • • • Private Sector
2019-02-11 3:55:43 PM 2019 Submission 71 Two areas worth exploring would be international coordination on artificial intelligence and competition policy. AI Civil Society / Academia
2019-01-30 11:22:16 AM 2019 Submission 8 The advantages machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, will to technology tools AI AI & ML are not well defined or well understood by policy makers, I would like to bring in some experts to sit on a panel to discuss how they help with both industry issues and consumer issues like fraud protection and customer service Private Sector