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The Paris Peace Forum organizing committee has selected The Future Society and its partners UNESCO, the Observatory on Societal Impacts of AI, the University of Montreal, and MILA to present our joint project: the AI Civic Forum on AI Ethics. This AI Civic Forum will be present physically, through workshops, and digitally, through an online…

Presentation of the Global Civic Forum on AI Ethics at the Paris Peace Forum

November 11, 2019

The Paris Peace Forum organizing committee has selected The Future Society and its partners UNESCO, the Observatory on Societal Impacts of AI, the University of Montreal, and MILA to present our joint project: the AI Civic Forum on AI Ethics. This AI Civic Forum will be present physically, through workshops, and digitally, through an online platform, in six continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, South America, North America and Oceania. It will be further supported by a community of policymakers, researchers, industry practitioners and consumer advocates to engage with citizens on a local, national and international level.

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