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  1. Aug 2020
    1. How to build decolonial AI

      potential principles for AI but could extend to data

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    2. This has played out in the recent rush to form global AI ethics guidelines: developing countries in Africa, Latin America, and Central Asia have been largely left out of the discussions, which has led some to refuse to participate in international data flow agreements.

      interesting point for Road to Bern initiative and work on data principles/values

      Why developing countries are refusing to participate in international data flow (India refused to sign the G20 Osaka Declaration on data flow).

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  2. Jun 2020
    1. Here is donor's community that we may consult for fund-raising.

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    1. Foundational governance elements can provide solid underlying guidance, regardless of our technologies or data volume. These elements include:

      for data principles

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    1. Here is set of principles from the Gates foundation that sound simple and clear. We may use them both for drafting principles approach and more concretely for the Road to Bern

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