Access Partnership will host a workshop on “AI Governance in Developing Nations – Elements for a Roadmap” at AI for Good Global Summit, taking place from 28 April to 31 May in Geneva, Switzerland. The event is the leading United Nations (UN) platform for global and inclusive dialogue on AI.
AI Governance in Developing Nations – Elements for a Roadmap by Access Partnership
AI has the potential to solve some of the most pressing challenges of emerging economies in core sectors such as agriculture, healthcare and public services. However, ensuring the benefits of AI are within the reach of those who need it the most requires a concerted effort of several stakeholder groups. Having a robust governance framework for AI is only one piece in the puzzle, but it is a fundamental one. Join our workshop to learn from AI developers, governments and users what policies should be considered to capitalise on the AI potential.
- Chris Casarrubias, Head of Middle East, Africa and Latin America, Access Partnership
- Erika Barros Sierra, Manager, International ICT Policy, Access Partnership
- Gordon Morrison, Director for EMEA Government Affairs, Splunk
- Eric Lewandowski, Global NGO, Lead, Orbital Insight
- Evans Woherem, Founder, Chairman, Digital Africa
- Arturo Robles, Commissioner, Mexican Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones
- Christopher Akiwumi, Director Microsoft Government Affairs, Africa and Middle East
When: 31 May, 9.20am-10:50pm CET
Where: ITU Montbrilliant Building | Room 16, Level -1, CICG
To register or join us through remote participation, visit the event website.