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

MJ Zhang

Higgs Dynamics

Moderator: Evan Davis 

BBC

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Paul Twomey

Centre for International Governance Innovation, Canada

Juan Francisco Saldarriaga

Columbia University

Mary Carol Madigan

SAP

Anna Byhovskaya

TUAC

Paul Twomey

Centre for International Governance Innovation, Canada

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