UNESCO Member States and IRCAI – From Needs Assessment to Action

author: Adriana Bora, UNESCO
author: Renée Cummings, University of Virginia
author: Evelyne Rodrigues, i4policy
moderator: Lenart J. Kučić, Delo, d.d.
published: April 9, 2021,   recorded: March 2021,   views: 4

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The panel will discuss how policy needs to come into action and what are the tangible results of such a scenario. We understand via the UNESCO assessment report that there is a need to levelized the potential benefits and risks of the AI technologies and research which is not equally distributed across regions of the world. As a category 2 center under the auspices of UNESCO, IRCAI wishes to benefit from the survey findings and partner with UNESCO to expand similar effort in other geographical constituencies of UNESCO, namely across Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) and use the experience of the panel in thinking about how to push commitment into action.

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