TFS contributed to the United States and European Union’s public consultations on the G7 Hiroshima Artificial Intelligence Process Guiding Principles and Code of Conduct.
TFS submitted a list of clauses to govern the development of general-purpose AI systems (GPAIS) to the U.S. NIST Generative AI Public Working Group (NIST GAI-PWG).
Held at the European Parliament in Brussels, the dialogue focused on implementation and enforcement of AI governance mechanisms at this critical juncture in human history.
On November 12th, 2021, an update on our work on the ‘AI-Powered Immediate Response to Pandemics’ project was presented at the GPAI Paris Summit 2021.
Between May and August 2021, The Future Society collaborated with the bank Société Générale, its 16 branches in Africa, and the civic tech Bluenove to up-skill Société Générale employees’ understanding about the risks and benefits linked to the adoption of AI in the banking sector. The three workshops organised throughout the summer cumulated in the production of a manifesto for the responsible use of AI and data.
To aid in our information-gathering efforts, starting today, we are inviting those associated with the development of AI systems used in COVID-19 pandemic response to complete our survey by August 2nd, 2021.
Published in Oxford’s International Data Privacy Law Journal, our article offers an ethical and legal framework to govern the development of contact tracing apps in order to build trust and social acceptability.
Global Governance of Artificial Intelligence, Handbook of Artificial Intelligence and Robotic Process Automation
The Future Society’s chapter ‘Global Governance of Artificial Intelligence’ discusses challenges and pathways toward the responsible adoption of AI for the benefit of humanity.
AI for Good and its Global Governance in The Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI) Journal
The Future Society authored the article ‘AI for Good and its Global Governance’ in the Japanese Society for Artificial Intelligence (JSAI) journal Artificial Intelligence Vol. 36 No.2 (Mar. 2021).
Report Release with the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) on Responsible AI and AI in Pandemic Response
The Future Society had the privilege to support the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) Responsible AI and Pandemic Response working groups. On December 4th 2020, our team presented our reports at the GPAI Plenary with key recommendations for future global action and collaboration. We are very proud to share this work below.
Geopolitics & AI Plenary @ Human-Centric Artificial Intelligence 2nd French-German-Japanese Symposium
The Future Society led the plenary panel on Geopolitics & AI at the Human-Centric Artificial Intelligence 2nd French-German-Japanese Symposium. Yolanda Lannquist, Head of Research &…
The Global AI Summit, organized by the Saudi Data & AI Authority (SDAIA) and G20 Saudi Secretariat as part of The International Conferences Program, honoring…
The rapid development of artificial intelligence (AI) will be the key strategic factor of the new geopolitics. It can act as a catapult for economic growth and innovation with profound impacts on all sectors of the economy. Will this lead to the monopoly of a few large companies and a perhaps insurmountable gap between the countries leading in AI and the rest of the world?
The Future Society organised an online deliberative workshop around the topic of AI & Education. It used this theme to gather citizens’ perspectives on some of UNESCO’s recommendations on the ethics of AI.