CPDP 2019 - Panel on AI Governance
Earlier this year, I was invited to contribute to the panel on 'AI Governance: Role of the legislators, tech companies and standard bodies' at CPDP 2019 in Brussels, Belgium. Big thanks to Mark Cole, Andra Giurgiu and the University of Luxembourg for organising and hosting an exciting and timely panel (and for inviting me, even though I know nothing about governance :) ). Also, thank you to the CPDP organisers - it was a great, really stimulating and extremely well organised conference!
A video of the panel is now available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3ZJg-2D2QIA, with brief details on what to expect below.
All the best,
Panel organised by Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust, University of Luxembourg Chair Mark Cole, Co-organiser Andra Giurgiu, University of Luxembourg (LU),
Moderator: Erik Valgaeren, Stibbe (BE)
Speakers: Alain Herrmann, National Commission for Data Protection (LU); Christian Wagner, University of Nottingham (UK); Jan Schallaböck, iRights/ISO (DE); Janna Lingenfelder, IBM/ ISO (DE)
AI calls for a “coordinated action plan” as recently stated by the European Commission. With its societal and ethical implications, it is a matter of general impact across sectors, going beyond security and trustworthiness or the creation of a regulatory framework. Hence this panel intends to address the topic of AI governance, whether such governance is needed and if so, how to ensure its consistency. It will also discuss whether existing structures and bodies are adequate to deal with such governance, or, if we perhaps need to think about creating new structures and man- date them with this task. Where do we stand and where are we heading in terms of how we are collectively dealing with the soon to be almost ubiquitous phenomenon of AI?
• Do we need AI governance? If so, who should be in charge of it?
• Is there a need to ensure consistency of such governance?
• What are the risks? Do we know them and are we in the right position to address them?
• Are existing structures/bodies sufficient to address these issues or do we perhaps need to
create news ones?
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