Our voice in AI regulation debate - is anyone listening?
In 2019, Council of Europe (CoE) set up Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence (CAHAI). CAHAI is tasked to identify potential regulatory frameworks for AI in Europe. This is viewed as a standard-setting process globally, with many actors already directly involved. But many voices are missing in this debate. CAHAI will begin final consultation process early 2021, with last chance to input regulatory standard setting. ECNL, on behalf of the CoE Conference of International NGOs (CINGO) is one of the members of this Committee, and helps provide and coordinate civic input. We wish to bring the discussion to MozFest participants and explore most important issues to be included for regulatory considerations. Here is a chance to have direct say into the content of the future regulation.
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