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Safe and Trustworthy Al-Based Data Algorithms – Emerging Best Practices in the Global South and the Global North
20 October at 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM EDT
Data algorithms are critical tools that have brought benefits to the public and private sector and the broader Data Community. However, public trust in artificial intelligence-based Data Algorithms has faltered due to a lack of transparency in how Data Algorithms function and public involvement in decision making around how such Algorithms are used.
In line with recommendation 3C of the report of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Digital Cooperation, the session will discuss challenges and solutions relating to the safe and trustworthy use of AI systems, including in the support of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Decade of Action, differences between the Global South and Global North in this area and aiming to propose solutions.
Moderator: Mr. Stephen Penneck, President Elect of the ISI and Chair of the ISI Ethics Council
- Ms. Patricia Adusei-Poku, Executive Director, Ghana Data Protection Authority
- H.E. Yousif Al Nasser, Assistant Director General, Smart Dubai
- Mr. Craig Jones, Deputy Government Statistician and Deputy Chief Executive for Data System Leadership, Statistics New Zealand
- Ms. Anna Mitriaieva, Project Leader/Account Manager/Data Scientist, Center for Big Data Statistics, Netherlands
- Ms. Mila Romanoff, Privacy Specialist, UN Global Pulse
- Mr. Asaph Young Chun, Director General, Statistics Research Institute, Korea
This event is part of the UN Data Forum 2020, for which you can register here.