Artificial intelligence is already a ubiquitous part of our society, undergoing a continuous development. Due to its large impact, it is paramount to address concerns related to key ethical considerations. At this lunch debate we will examine how we can ensure AI is being developed globally to respect human rights and freedoms, leveraging the work of the EU institutions in cooperation with the private sector and academia.
World Refugee Day presents an opportunity to reflect on the circumstances of displaced persons who do not have access to the world of convenience and opportunity provided by ICTs that so many people take for granted. Yet countless organizations are making extensive use of ICTs to positively impact the lives of refugees on the move and in camps all over the world, empowering and educating adults and children to equip them for their future, no matter how uncertain it may be.
Again this year, EIF will support and participate in the Transatlantic Week organised by TPN (Transatlantic Policy Network), taking place from 16 to 18 July on Capitol Hill in Washington DC under the broad theme of “Transatlantic Partnership to 2020: shoulder to shoulder in a changing world’.