Kay Firth-Butterfield

Head of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning; Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum

Head of Artificial Intelligence and a Member of the Executive Committee at the World Economic Forum; one of the foremost experts in the world on the governance of artificial intelligence (AI). Barrister, former Judge and Professor, technologist and entrepreneur who has an abiding interest in how humanity can equitably benefit from new technologies, especially AI. Associate Barrister (Doughty Street Chambers), Master of the Inner Temple, London and serves on the Lord Chief Justice’s Advisory Panel on AI and Law. Co-founded AI Global and was the world’s first Chief AI Ethics officer in 2014 and created the AIEthics twitter hashtag. Vice-Chair of The IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Considerations in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems and was part of the group that met at Asilomar to create the Asilomar AI Ethical Principles. On the Polaris Council for the Government Accountability Office (USA), the Advisory Board for UNESCO International Research Centre on AI and AI4All. Advanced degrees in Law and International Relations and regularly speaks to international audiences addressing many aspects of the beneficial and challenging technical, economic and social changes arising from the use of AI.

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The Davos Agenda 2021

包括的で信頼性と透明性の高いAIの導入を加速するには

PwC(プライスウォーターハウスクーパース)は、AI(人工知能)は2030年までに15兆ドル以上の経済効果を生み、世界のGDPを14%向上させる可能性があるとしています。今後10年間でAIは最大の経済機会となり、現在の保険、石油・ガス、商業用不動産、自動車産業を合わせたものよりも大きな価値をもたらすことになります。

09 mar 2021
Global Technology Governance Summit

規制によってAI業界が変わる可能性:企業にできる備えとは

リスクの高い分野においてAIの導入が急速に進む一方で、AIの悪用に対する懸念が世間一般で高まっている状況を考えると、規制の導入は目前に迫っています。その証拠に、現在、欧州委員会が規制枠組みの策定を進めており、これがEU域内でビジネスを展開しようとするあらゆる企業に対して、GDPR(一般データ保護規則)と同様の広範な影響を及ぼす可能性があります。企業は、先を見越したAI製品...

02 nov 2020
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