Alex Engler

A Realists’s Guide to AI Risks

Guest: Alex Engler

ChatGPT has highlighted the excitement and fear about the potential consequences of AI for humanity, and in doing so has pushed forth the need to examine if and how to regulate AI. However, we currently lack a coherent and global roadmap on how we should address issues such as fairness, transparency, standards and innovation. It is reasonable that like-minded governments such as the US, UK and EU, should find ways to cooperate on AI innovation and regulation, with an approach that  promotes shared values such as respect for human rights, inclusion, non-discrimination and protection of privacy and personal data.  However, this is easier said than done.  So is there a realistic guide to managing AI’s risks and promises?

Please join us for a conversation with Alex Engler, fellow at the Brookings Institution, for a review of current regulatory perspectives and how to meaningfully collaborate on standardization, oversight and/or regulation, and innovation.

Hosted by: Alexa Raad and Leslie Daigle.

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