AI & Governance TrackJanuary 29th, 2020, 13:30 - 17:00
In this era of fast-paced technological developments the way policy frameworks evolve will be key in optimizing their impact on business & society. It is imperative that technologists, industry, social change drivers & policy makers work together to create policy solutions addressing societal needs.
During the Applied Machine Learning Days (AMLD) Conference organized by EPFL at Swiss Tech Convention Center in Lausanne, Switzerland, RegHorizon ran the track on AI & Governance on January 29, 2020. The aim of this track was to explore policy frameworks in the area of Artificial Intelligence (AI), identify related business and societal concerns, and take a look at how technologies can be used to deliver better policy. The AI & Governance track included high-level experts from industry, academia, policy makers, innovators and civil society from Switzerland and abroad. View the full list of speakers below.
After successfully launching the debate on AI & Governance at EPFL’s AMLD, RegHorizon is now organising its AI Governance Conference on November 16 & 17, 2020. The conference will take a deeper dive into the issues and work on concrete governance solutions for AI.
I was delighted to be invited by RegHorizon to join their AI and Governance track at AMLD in Lausanne. RegHorizon put together an excellent set of international speakers, successfully aligned to different aspects of this topical debate and to possible solutions. I learned a lot and made some great contacts. The organisation was faultless and was a perfect example of how a conference session should be run.
It was an honour to be invited by RegHorizon at AMLD in Lausanne to form part of a panel of international speakers for the AI and Governance track. I had the opportunity to present Malta’s National AI Strategy and learn from the other exceptional panellists. The preparation and organisation by the RegHorizon team was commendable.