- Feb 2021
- Jan 2021
Die Schweiz braucht Regeln für den Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz
Interesting op ed that calls on Switzerland to develop regulations on AI. Main point: do it before the EU makes a suggestions because the EU will propose something that harms innovation too much. ||Jovan|| ||MariliaM|| ||sorina.teleanu|| ||StephanieBP||
Today, at the meeting on digital health, we were alerted abotu the latest (yesterday) report of the UK Competition and Market Authority. UK government usually does their work properly.
It is growingly important area of AI governance where we started moving via our AI activities. Recently, Jovan Njegic and Aleksandra Bojanic made analysis of Singapore's project for algorithmic audit.
This is becoming tricky area with growing governance, economic and societal relevance.
The UK Report argues that we should not dive deep in algorithm since they are already beocming too complciated. Let us annotate this document in textus and see how we should follow-up on it in :
- DW coverage
- our research on AI governance (most of digital governance will shift towards the question of AI/algorithms).
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- Nov 2020
Regulate AI only where required
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This article for your attention.
Joshua is Chairperson of the Malta Digital Innovation Authority. Jovan has met with him in the past.
I find he explains himself in a clear and informed way. He might be an asset in future events, also because in Malta (with its legislative agility) he gained some important experience.