The Council of Europe is joining the POLITICO AI Summit today. This summit, which convenes high-level and international leaders with stakeholders from industry, research, academic, and civil society to discuss, debate and examine the new AI world order and the role of Europe in the years to come, will tackle key questions about the future of AI global regulation and the technology’s implementation.
Concrete issues to be discussed will include how is the Covid-19 pandemic impacting Europe’s policy priorities, what is happening across the globe on AI, should AI development be limited, and how can the biases in the use of AI be addressed.
Jan Klejissen, Director, Information Society & Action Against Crime, will intervene on the subject “Strategies on AI implementation” and in particular contribute to the spotlight discussion on “Overcoming the biases of AI”, on 30 October at 1.15 pm CET. He will present the work of the Council of Europe, in particular the efforts undertaken by CAHAI to regulate AI based on Council of Europe’s standards.