AI, Rights and Democracy
Risks and powers of artificial intelligence
Session 2 | AI, Public Policy and Discrimination
Is it possible to imagine artificial intelligence systems of public governance? Is it possible to implement these softwares without falling into gender, racist or classist biases? What has to be the role of civil society and third sector organizations?
The Barcelona City Council has approved the protocol "Definition of working methodologies and protocols for the implementation of algorithmic systems", which aims to create an internal protocol for the implementation of algorithmic systems and artificial intelligence in the municipal sphere. The Human Rights Institute of Catalonia has published a report on the effects of artificial intelligence on equality and non-discrimination, analyzing where, who, what for and how artificial intelligence is developed and applied. Algorace, an organization that promotes spaces for dialogue with racialized population to raise awareness about the consequences of the racist use of AI, has presented a research that establishes the necessary basis to understand what we face from social collectives when we talk about artificial intelligence, or automated decision systems.
We reflect with these three actors to continue building an artificial intelligence of public governance, auditable and for the common good.
In the second session of the Artificial Intelligence, Rights and Democracy Cycle we have Paula Boet (AJB), Karlos Castilla (IDHC) and Paula Guerra (Algorace), to address the discussion between AI, Public Policies and Discriminations.
The cycle continues with:
📌 Organized by: Canòdrom - Ateneu d'Innovació Digital i Democràtica
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