IGF 2023 Town Hall #149 Culture-sensitive and inclusive AI ethics guidelines

Issue(s)

Chat GPT, Generative AI, and Machine Learning

Birds of a Feather - 60 Min

Description

This session will discuss the recent development of AI ethics guidelines in Asia with a focus on generative AI. A group of experts in the field of AI policies will be invited to share their insights on the following topics:
- Primary AI ethics guidelines mostly developed by the Western countries
- The need for culture-sensitive and inclusive AI ethics guidelines
- The role of generative AI in shaping the future of AI ethics

The session will be divided into three parts:
- Part 1: Brief introduction about the recent AI ethics guidelines in Asia
- Part 2: Talk-show style dialogues between moderators and presenters
- Part 3: Floor discussions

The session will be an opportunity to learn about the latest trends in AI ethics, in particular in Asia, to hear from experts in the field, and to participate in a discussion about the future of AI ethics for all.

The organizers have years of experience running hybrid meetings. The session will use the Zoom platform, and the online moderator will communicate between online and in-person participants.

Organizers

KAIST Graduate School of Science and Technology Policy
Moon Choi, KAIST
Dasom Lee, KAIST
So Young Kim, KAIST

Speakers

Moon Choi, KAIST (confirmed)
So Young Kim, KAIST (confirmed)
Alice Oh, KAIST (potential speaker)
Aram Moon, KISDI (potential speaker)
Ruth Müller, TUM (potential speaker)
Elisabeth Sylvan, Harvard (potential speaker)

Onsite Moderator

Dasom Lee, KAIST

Online Moderator

Ern Chern Khor, KAIST

Rapporteur

Taylor De Rosa, KAIST

SDGs

9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
10. Reduced Inequalities
11. Sustainable Cities and Communities
17. Partnerships for the Goals


Targets: This session aims to discuss the recent development of AI ethics guidelines and call for action to improve them. These themes are well aligned with SDG 9, 10, 11, and 17.