What can the G20 do to implement AI principles and to shape global data governance?

Under Japan’s presidency, the G20 endorsed Principles for responsible stewardship of Trustworthy AI. Under these principles, it is required that “stakeholders […] proactively engage in responsible stewardship of trustworthy AI in pursuit of beneficial outcomes for people and planet.” The principles are centered on human values, fairness, transparency, explainability, robustness, security, safety and accountability. Being (necessarily) broad in tone, these principles now require specific steps towards implementation through regulatory actions, especially because current practices by many AI systems do not fully reflect them. This panel will discuss how the G20 can shape and coordinate AI policies and makes recommendations to G20 leaders in how their national governments can act to adequately protect citizens, consumers, workers and markets.

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Erik Brynjolfsson

MIT, USA

Kirsten Martin

George Washington University

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Anna Byhovskaya

TUAC

Mary Carol Madigan

SAP

Paul Tighe

Pontifical Council for Culture

Paul Twomey

Centre for International Governance Innovation, Canada
Global Solutions Fellow

MJ Zhang

Higgs Dynamics

Moderator: Evan Davis 

BBC

Introductory Remarks

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Paul Twomey

Centre for International Governance Innovation, Canada
Global Solutions Fellow

Juan Francisco Saldarriaga

Columbia University

Mary Carol Madigan

SAP

Anna Byhovskaya

TUAC

Paul Tighe

Pontifical Council for Culture

Voices of the 2020 Young Global Changers

Ninety young people from around the world were selected to participate in the 2020 Global Solutions Summit as Young Global Changers. These young changemakers from academica, business and civil society contribute and debate in their various working groups on the Summit topics. Watch the video with statements and questions by the YGC Working Group on AI principles and global data governance!

The Young Global Changers regularly contribute to the Young Global Changers blog. Browse through the YGC blog and read more articles on the digital age and related topics, written by the Young Global Changers’ community.

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Policy Briefs on Economy, Employment, and Education in the Digital Age

Policy Briefs contain recommendations and visions and cover policy ares that are of interest to G20 policymakers. The majority of the Policy Briefs has been developed by a corresponding T20 Task Force.

T20 Recommendations Report: Policy Needs for Shaping the Digital Economy Era

Compiled by Dennis Görlich (IfW Kiel), Katharina Lima de Miranda (IfW Kiel) and Juliane Stein-Zalai (IfW Kiel)

It takes more than a village. Effective Early Childhood Development, Education and Care services require competent systems

Mathias Urban (Dublin City University), Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), Rita Flórez Romero (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)

Bridging the Education-Workforce Divide: Strategies to Meet Ever Changing Needs and Mitigate Future Inequalities

Claudia Costin (Fundación Getulio Vargas), Allan Michel Jales Coutinho (Fundación Getulio Vargas)

Transforming education financing for  inclusive, equitable and quality learning outcomes for the 2030/SDG4 Agenda

Kazuhiro Yoshida (Hiroshima University), Yasushi Hirosato (Sophia University), Shinichiro Tanaka (Japan Internacional Cooperation Agency)

Bridging the Gap Between Digital Skills and Employability for Vulnerable Populations

Angela C. Lyons (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Alessia Zucchetti (Ceibal Foundation), Josephine Kass-Hanna (Saint Joseph University of Beirut), and Cristóbal Cobo (Ceibal Foundation)

Redesigning education landscapes for the future of work: third-space literacies and alternative learning models

Cristóbal Cobo (Fundación Ceibal), Alessia Zucchetti (Fundación Ceibal), Axel Rivas (CIPPEC)

Financing Quality and Equitable Education in LATAM

Javier González (SUMMA), Santiago Cueto (GRADE), Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), Bárbara Flores (SUMMA)

Transforming Education towards Equitable Quality Education to Achieve the SDGs

Shinichiro Tanaka (JICA Research Institute), Shimpei Taguchi (JICA Research Institute), Kazuhiro Yoshida (Hiroshima University), Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), Nobuko Kayashima (JICA Research Institute), and Hiromichi Morishita (JICA Research Institute)

Measuring Transformational Pedagogies across G20 Countries to Achieve Breakthrough Learning: The Case for Collaboration

David Istance (Brookings Institute), Anthony Mackay (National Centeron Education and the Economy) and Rebecca Winthrop (Brookings Institute)

Teacher Professional Skills: Key Strategies to Advance in Better Learning Opportunities in Latin America

Javier D. González (SUMMA), Dante C. Castillo (SUMMA), Claudia Costin (Getulio Vargas Foundation), and Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC)

Early Childhood Development Education and Care: The Future Is What We Build Today

Mathias Urban (Dublin City University), Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), Jennifer Guevara (CIPPEC), Lynette Okengo (African Early Childhood Network) and Rita Flórez Romero (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)

Developing National Agendas in Order to Achieve Gender Equality in Education (SDG 4)

Natasha Ridge (Al Qasimi Foundation), Susan Kippels (Al Qasimi Foundation), Alejandra Cardini (CIPPEC), and Joannes Paulus Yimbesalu (Women’s Economic Empowerment)

Cybersecurity and Privacy in the COVID-19 era

By Ambika Khanna and Sagnik Chakraborty (Gateway House)

Competing in Artificial Intelligence Chips: China’s Challenge amid Technology War

By Dieter Ernst (Center for International Governance Innovation(CIGI))

Automation and the Future of Work: Scenarios and Policy Options

Joël Blit, Samantha St. Amand, Joanna Wajda (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Toward a G20 Framework for Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace

Paul Twomey (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Toward a Robust Architecture for the Regulation of Data and Digital Trade

Dan Ciuriak, Maria Ptashinka (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Trust and Data

Paul Vallee (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Big Data Analytics Need Standards to Thrive: What Standards Are and Why They Matter

Michel Girard (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

A Plurilateral “Single Data Area” Is the Solution to Canada’s Data Trilemma

Susan Ariel Aaronson, Patrick Leblond (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Data Is a Development Issue

Susan Ariel Aaronson (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

The Data-driven Economy: Implications for Canada’s Economic Strategy

Dan Ciuriak (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Data Is Different: Why the World Needs a New Approach to Governing Cross-border Data Flows

Susan Ariel Aaronson (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Rethinking Industrial Policy for the Data-driven Economy

Dan Ciuriak (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Implementing a National Data Strategy: The Need for Innovative Public Consultations

Natasha Tusikov, Blayne Haggart (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Data Ownership

Teresa Scassa (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Open Data Endgame: Countering the Digital Consensus

Bianca Wylie (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Who is Responsible When Autonomous Systems Fail?

Madeleine Clare Elish (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Artificial Intelligence Policies Must Focus on Impact and Accountability

Amba Kak, Rashida Richardson (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Owning Intelligence

Sean McDonald (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

On Regulating the Software behind Artificial Intelligence

Joanna Bryson (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Canada’s Workforce Needs Hybrid Skill Sets, Not Just Automation

Ronald Orol (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Artificial Intelligence Needs an Ethics Framework

Daniel Munro (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Three Paths Towards Global Governance of Artificial Intelligence

Rohinton Medhora (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Ungoverned Space: How Surveillance Capitalism and AI Undermine Democracy

Taylor Owen (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

How Facial Recognition Technology Permeated Everyday Life

Nikki Gladstone (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

How Big Data and the Tech Sector Can Help Prepare Us for the Next Pandemic

Michael Cheroff (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Protecting the Core of Canadian Values in the Digital Realm

Aaron Shull (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

The Canadian Mandate: Data Governance for Economic Prosperity

Robert Fay (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Coronavirus: A Digital Governance Emergency of International Concern

Sean McDonald (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Data Governance or Your Money Back: A Case for Digital Warranties

Sean McDonald (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

What Is Stalling Better Data Governance?

Sean McDonald (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Reclaiming Data Trusts

Sean McDonald (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Considerations for Canada’s National Data Strategy

Teresa Scassa (Center for International Governance Innovation (CIGI)

Education and social progress – Global Solutions Journal

Rethinking higher education for the emerging needs of society – Global Solutions Journal

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