Gearing the financial system to finance the socio-economic and ecological transformation

This session is curated by Christian Kastrop, Fellow, Global Solutions Initiative. International finance – private and public – is needed to finance the Paris Climate goals and overall sustainable development – with respect to foster sustainable economic growth and jobs and – most important – social cohesion and?solidarity,?leaving?no one behind. Our economy must serve human … Read more

Building human-centred and sustainable digital governance

This session is curated by Paul Twomey, Fellow, Global Solutions Initiative, and Dennis Snower, President, Global Solutions Initiative, and supported by the German Federal Ministry of Environment and Consumer Protection. Digital services have become an integral part of life for most of us. Although the digital revolution has unleashed new opportunities for economic, social and … Read more

Protecting liberal discourse and values on the internet

Our culture, norms and values from the offline, real world oftentimes do not translate into the online world, which is by nature remote and lacks actual physical encounters. Online platforms provide a space in which individual opinions can be easily published and receive traction. This becomes problematic if these opinions are misleading or malicious, especially … Read more

YGC Statement on AI principles

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) … Read more

Interview by Paul Twomey with Anna Byhovskaya

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) … Read more

Interview by Paul Twomey with Mary Carol Madigan of SAP

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) … Read more

Introductory Remarks on the Panel Discussion by Paul Twomey

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) … Read more

What can the G20 do: AI and 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) … Read more

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