AI Conference: Current and Future Challenges
The Hungarian Presidency of the Committee of Ministers is committed to inspire important discussions on the safe exploitation of the full potential of artificial intelligence (AI). In line the intention to contribute to the improvement of AI policymaking at global, regional and national levels, the Government of Hungary, in collaboration with the Council of Europe, organised a conference on 26 October 2021, focusing on the theme of current and future challenges of coordinated policies on AI regulation.
The event provided for a dialogue around the current initiatives in the field of AI regulation, and demonstrated the relevance and usefulness of these initiatives for national public policies. Speakers were drawn from various sectors, ranging from international organisations through national policy experts to tech companies, civil society actors and representatives of the academia.
You can find out more about the event here.
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