How should accountable AI be governed, before it is procured and deployed? And how should AI be governed from and during deployment? How to embed and monitor the humanitarian dimension, by design? It that different from having a human-centric approach? What is the definition of the common principles such as: explainability, auditability, responsibility and trustworthiness? How to respect local, regional, cultural or other ethics in global context of AI? Can we use the various AI ethical frameworks and good practices for other emerging technology as well, such as quantum computing? Do governments, politicians and others understand the impact of AI? Do we need new, creative 21st solutions for the 21st century challenges related to AI? What would then be the role of traditional solutions, such as awaiting case law? This Dialogue with Kay Firth-Butterfield, Head of AI & Machine Learning and Member of the Executive Committee World Economic Forum covers all these important queries She is also the world’s first Chief AI and Ethics officer.
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