Putting the OECD AI Principles into practice: progress and future perspectives – Event summary

Business Civil society Government Intergovernmental Trade unions  |  June 17, 2022

AccountabilityBuilding human capacity and preparing for labour market transformationFostering a digital ecosystem for AIHuman-centred values and fairnessInclusive growth, sustainable development and well-beingInternational co-operation for trustworthy AIInvesting in AI research and developmentRobustness, security and safetyShaping an enabling policy environment for AITransparency and explainability

Session summary of this high-level panel discussion from the OECD MCM 2021 More than two years after the adoption of the OECD AI Principles, this discussion will highlight how countries are implementing policies for trustworthy, human-centric AI. The session will focus on: - Lessons learned to date implementing AI policies to steer the transformation of our economies and societies for inclusive growth and addressing global challenges. - Risk-based approaches to AI governance and soft and hard law, including the proposed EU AI Act that is triggering discussions around the world. - How to ensure that our policies and legal frameworks for AI are interoperable globally. And the priorities for international cooperation on AI moving forward.

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