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Marc Rotenberg: “AI Governance: An Abundance of Norms”

Rotenberg will assess AI governance's current state and future challenges, focusing on implementation and harmonization of global norms.

Speaker: Marc Rotenberg (Center for AI and Digital Policy, USA), Moderator: Hannes Werthner (TU Wien, Austria)
Speaker: Marc Rotenberg (Center for AI and Digital Policy, USA), Moderator: Hannes Werthner (TU Wien, Austria)

April 16th 2024

  • 17:00 – 18:00 CEST
  • This is an online-only event.
    See description for details.

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About the Event

April 16, 2024
5:00 – 6:00 PM
(17:00) CEST

We are looking forward to seeing you:
Participate via Zoom (Password: 0dzqxqiy). The talk will also be live-streamed and recorded on the DIGHUM YouTube Channel.

Abstract

Over the past year, there was a dramatic increase in the number of AI governance frameworks adopted by national governments and international organizations. From the EU AI Act and the US Executive Order to the Bletchley Declaration and the UN Resolution, policymakers have been busy. Now that legislation has been adopted, the focus will shift to implementation and enforcement. But there are also challenging questions emerging. Will there be convergence or divergence on the norms for AI governance? What can be done at this stage to promote harmonization while still leaving open the possibility of responding to new challenges? In this presentation, Marc Rotenberg, founder of the Center for AI and Digital Policy, will provide a preliminary assessment of the current state of AI governance and the challenges ahead.

Slides

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Video

The recording will be available after the event.