Technological developments in artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming society as well as the theory and practice of government interventions.
The wide application of AI technologies has enormous benefits, but it also presents unprecedented challenges in terms of privacy, cybersecurity, consumer rights, and ethics. As societal expectations evolve, the lack of clear global rules & the slow pace of policy developments in this area present a major challenge to businesses and civil society alike.
Organized in collaboration with ETH Zurich’s Center for Law & Economics, the 2nd AI Policy Conference continues the multistakeholder dialogue with leading experts to explore the use of public policy and societal engagement to capture the benefits of artificial intelligence, minimize its risks and enhance its adoption.
The Conference offers a unique opportunity for a truly multi-stakeholder exchange among high level policymakers, business leaders, civil society, and academia to discuss and co-create the future of AI policies.
Sep 14, 2021 From 10:00 AM – 7:45 PM
Sep 15, 2021 From 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
THE CONFERENCE IN A NUTSHELL
An unbiased platform for a truly multi-stakeholder exchange among policymakers, business, civil society, and academia.
– 50+ confirmed speakers: International Business Leaders, Government
Representatives & Academics.
– 6 panels
– 2 keynotes
– 2 academic paper workshops and 2 academic research spotlight sessions led by ETH Zürich.
The two-day program will combine keynote speeches, panel discussions (followed by Q&A), and academic review sessions led by ETH Zurich.
Agenda and speakers at www.reghorizon.com/events