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Jinu Um (ITU)
43:44
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01:01:53
Thank you for joining the AI for Good webinar on “How to develop Accountable AI solutions”! We hope you and your families are healthy and safe. Please feel free to ask brief questions in the Q&A tab and use the chat function to message "all panelists" or "all panelists and attendees".
Otari Kakhidze
01:03:54
Good afternoon from Georgia
Frits Bussemaker
01:03:55
Holland
ITU Chat and Q&A
01:03:58
Geneva
Stephen Denoms
01:03:59
Washington D.C.
Noel Corriveau
01:03:59
Noel Corriveau , Ottawa, Canada
Jinu Um (ITU)
01:04:01
Geneva, Switzerland
Cl Boecher
01:04:04
Berlin
Jasmin Hakobyan
01:04:06
Armenia, Yerevan
Nishan Chelvachandran
01:04:07
Finland
Kumaran Padayachi
01:04:08
Good Afternoon from UAE.
Tom Coggins
01:04:09
Hello, Amsterdam Netherlands
Sonali Tamhankar
01:04:11
Seattle
Maranke Wieringa
01:04:11
Apeldoorn, the Netherlands
Kuiper
01:04:11
Netherlands
Sandeep Ghiya
01:04:12
Mumbai, India
Tala de los Santos
01:04:12
Oleiros, Spain
Victor van der Wees
01:04:12
Connecting from Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
Aimee van Wynsberghe
01:04:13
Netherlands
Deepika Devarajan
01:04:15
Pittsburgh, PA
Elma Dujso
01:04:15
Amsterdam
Etienne MICHAUD
01:04:15
Geneva, Switzerland
Polycarp Mogeni
01:04:18
Kenya
Ukachi Osisiogu
01:04:18
Ukachi Osisiogu, Abuja Nigeria
Katja Gysin
01:04:20
Basel Switzerland
Mariam Harutyunyan
01:04:20
Good afternoon. Armenia
Mariska Zwinkels
01:04:25
Good afternoon from The Netherlands, The gue
Pieter Perrett
01:04:26
Bern, Switzerland
Shuhong Li
01:04:30
Delft, The Netherlands
Thato Toko
01:04:47
Johannesburg, South Africa
Ahmed Abdallah
01:04:49
Macca, Saudi Arabia
Lousewies van der Laan
01:04:50
The Hague
ITU Chat and Q&A
01:05:13
We are pleased to have speakers Aimee van Wynsberghe (Assistant Professor in Ethics and Technology, TU Delft; Co-founder and Co-director of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics) and Jan Kleijssen (Director of Information Society - Action against Crime, Council of Europe).We are grateful to Frits Bussemaker (​Chair of the Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age (I4ADA)) and Arthur van der Wees (Managing Director & Founder of Arthur’s Legal; Co-founder of the Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age) facilitating this session.You can find out more about today’s speakers here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/how-to-develop-accountable-ai-solutions/
Shah Zahidur Rahman
01:05:58
Watching from Dhaka,Bangladesh
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01:06:49
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01:09:43
Aimee van Wynsberghe (Assistant Professor in Ethics and Technology, TU Delft; Co-founder and Co-director of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics).You can find out more about today’s speakers here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/how-to-develop-accountable-ai-solutions/
Webinar Attendee
01:10:40
I am Stephanie Tobi representing the Centre for African justice, Peace and Human Rights situate in Den Hague
Fatmah Baothman
01:13:51
True agree
Fatmah Baothman
01:18:52
How do you think foresight policy can support shaping AI ethics? Founder and Board President of AI Society-Saudi Arabia - Fatmah BAOTHMAN fbaotman@ais.org.sa
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01:20:49
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Noel Corriveau
01:21:12
Aimee: can you give me a concrete example of which org is doing this best? Who is leading in this space and can serve as an example of best practices??
Webinar Attendee
01:25:12
Many thanks Aimee! You are on point on #AIEthics
ITU Chat and Q&A
01:26:35
Jan Kleijssen (Director of Information Society - Action against Crime, Council of Europe). You can find out more about today’s speakers here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/how-to-develop-accountable-ai-solutions/
Fatmah Baothman
01:29:06
It could be if AI models designed for that
Polycarp Mogeni
01:31:42
How can we use AI to enhance community based surveillance during COVID-19, any use cases in LMIC
Maranke Wieringa
01:31:56
Many thanks, Aimee. I completely agree that this needs to be integrated throughout the complete lifecycle. I was wondering about the characteristics of accountability you discern (who/what/why). Accountability theory tends to go a bit further (tl;dr who is responsible to whom, for what reason, what are they accountable for, and what consequences can be imposed in this accountability relationship). I was particularly wondering what your thoughts were about possible consequences/enforcement, in light of your contribution, as ownership and procedures are great of course, but do not necessarily entail potential consequences.
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01:39:52
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01:44:18
Arthur van der Wees (Managing Director & Founder of Arthur’s Legal; Co-founder of the Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age).You can find out more about today’s speakers here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/how-to-develop-accountable-ai-solutions/
Fatmah Baothman
01:55:34
interested to join this certification process impact fbaothman@ais.org.sa
Webinar Attendee
02:06:15
AI systems are trained on data. Building accountable AI Solutions will require investigating datasets for bias, offensive and prejudicial images, and derogatory terminology. (Head of DataLab, AFD. - addop@afd.fr )
Didier Coeurnelle
02:10:56
There is not only the questionwhere to slow down. Also where do we want to accelerate to save lives...
Didier Coeurnelle
02:11:25
For example A. for cars working good could save about one million years a year
Didier Coeurnelle
02:11:43
One million lives a year sorry (in the world)
Fatmah Baothman
02:19:10
True
Fatmah Baothman
02:22:53
We need to redirect the use of AI to support and serve human
Webinar Attendee
02:24:41
I had exactly that de-scaling and delegating discussion with my 14-year nephew this morning: He thinks why to learn capitals of the world by heart or why calculate percentages by heart and so on...Pushing a button, an app, or googling gives him the info he will want! And I shared well, you`'ll lose brain agility and self-sufficiency to figure out how to creatively address a challenge like a secret agent in a thriller does with his own intelligence deprived of devices by others in the plot....Now I got his attention :)
Dr Bastiaan Quast (ITU)
02:25:22
for the debrief: https://itu.zoom.us/j/2227304444
Fatmah Baothman
02:26:16
Yes for developing AI Human Rights
Frits Bussemaker
02:27:01
For more information on the Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age (I4ADA), please go to www.i4ada.org ir email: contact@i4ada.org
Webinar Attendee
02:27:59
It would be great to have interaction designer developing the solution know what key ethical requirements are
N. N.
02:28:03
Thank you all very much, very inspiring and learned a lot!
Otari Kakhidze
02:28:06
Thank you all for such excellent talks and engaging discussion!
ITU Chat and Q&A
02:28:39
Thank you for joining us today and feel free to watch again and share this webinar with friends (the recording will be posted in the coming days). https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/how-to-develop-accountable-ai-solutions/Tune in tomorrow for the next ITU AI/ML in 5G Challenge webinar at 14:00 CEST on “Channel Estimation – Machine Learning Applied to the Physical Layer of Millimeter – Wave MIMO Systems”https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/channel-estimation-machine-learning-applied-to-the-physical-layer-of-millimeter-wave-mimo-systems/Tune in next week on Tuesday 7 July at 15:30 CEST for our webinar on AI in Aviation with ICAO (the United Nations’ International Civil Aviation Organization) https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/ai-in-aviation/and on Thursday 9 July at 16:00 CEST for our special keynote with the Association for Computing Machinery’s Computing Prize Winner Professor Shwetak Patel https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/acm-keynote-new-ways-of-thinking-of-the-mobile-phone-for-healthcare-and-the-current-pan
Maranke Wieringa
02:28:39
Many thanks!
Dr. Jeannice Fairrer Samani
02:28:47
We have learned a great deal more since last year in The Hague.
Ahmed Abdallah
02:29:12
Thank you all very informative session
Dr Bastiaan Quast (ITU)
02:30:12
https://itu.zoom.us/j/2227304444 for the debrief
Webinar Attendee
02:30:25
Brilliant panelists! Thank you very much for such an engaging and relevant session.
Pieter Perrett
02:30:53
Excellent session - many thanks
Jan Kleijssen
02:31:52
Thank you all!
ITU Host
02:32:53
Thank you everyone for participating, we will be ending the webinar in a few seconds, please join us again next week! https://aiforgood.itu.int