The Center for AI & Digital Policy (CAIDP), in partnership with Groupe d'études Géopolitiques, Ecole Normale Supérieure is pleased to invite you to a conference on Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values on November 10, 2021.
Our esteemed speakers and panelists, from a range of international organizations and academia, will discuss the current state of AI policy, global governance for trustworthy AI and the importance of upholding democratic values and fundamental rights.
Opening Remarks (14.00 CET, 8:00 am EST)
Karine CAUNES, Global Program Director, CAIDP
Gilles GRESSANI, President, Groupe d'Etudes Géopolitiques, Ecole Normale Supérieure
Roundtable I - Global Governance of AI
Wonki MIN (Moderator), Ambassador for Science, Technology and Innovation of Korea and President, SUNY Korea
Gabriele RAMOS, Assistant Director-General for Social Human Sciences, UNESCO
Andrew WYCKOFF, Director, OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation
Leyla KESER, Dean, Istanbul Bilgi University and CAHAI Advisor
Gianclaudio MALGIERI, Associate Professor of Law and Technology, EDHEC Business School in Lille
Juha HEIKKILA, Advisor for Artificial Intelligence, European Commission, DG CONNECT
Roundtable II - Upholding Fundamental Rights - Which Way Forward?
Lorraine KISSELBURGH (Moderator), Inaugural Chair, ACM Global Technology Policy Council, Purdue University
Hlengiwe DUBE, Programme Manager, Centre for Human Rights, Pretoria
Ella JAKUBOWSKA, Policy Analyst, EDRi
Félicien VALLET, AI Lead, Commission Nationale de l'Informatique et des Libertés
Edward SANTOW, Professor, Responsible Technology, University of Technology Sydney
Key Conclusions for the Future (16.00 CET, 10:00 am EST)
Marc ROTENBERG, President and Founder, Center for AI and Digital Policy
Victor STORCHAN, Member, Groupe d'Etudes Géopolitiques, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Vice President, AI ML Lead, JP Morgan Chase & Co
The Center for AI and Digital Policy (CAIDP) is a global network of AI policy experts, advocates, researchers and policy makers.The Center for AI and Digital Policy aims to promote a better society, more fair, more just — a world where technology promotes broad social inclusion based on fundamental rights, democratic institutions, and the rule of law. CAIDP publishes research and policy updates, advises governments and International organizations, and organizes public policy events.
The Geopolitical Studies Group (GEG) was created in 2017 at the École normale supérieure by three students then in school (Gilles Gressani, Mathéo Malik, Pierre Ramond), with two objectives: to address international relations and the contemporary political world at European level and to use the vitality of university research to enrich intellectual debate in French.