IRCAI Consultation on Recommendation on the Ethics of AI
The event is a Sub-Regional Consultation for European states from UNESCO electoral Group II and is, besides IRCAI, jointly organised by Slovenian Ministry of Education, Science and Sport of the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovenian National Commission for UNESCO and UNESCO HQ.
The Consultation will focus on the draft Recommendation on the Ethics of Al that points out numerous issues of use of AI and reflects different cultural values on this topic. The objective of the 3-day Consultation is to receive meaningful inputs from experts to improve the overall structure and draft text of the Recommendation, which is to be accepted at the 41st session of UNESCO’s General Conference in 2021. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič will take part as an expert from Slovenia.
More on the Consultation schedule, including access to the relevant documents, here.
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