In an age where artificial intelligence (AI) plays an increasingly significant role in our lives, the need for ethical and safety considerations is more urgent than ever. The MKAI Global AI Ethics and Safety – People’s Summit, scheduled to run concurrently with the Global AI Safety Summit at Bletchley Park on November 1, 2023, is not just an event.
Addressing a Critical Need
Hosted in partnership with Milton Keynes College at the state-of-the-art South Central Institute of Technology in Bletchley in UK, this summit directly addresses the pressing need for a global discourse on AI ethics and safety. In a landscape where uninformed AI investments are becoming increasingly common, this summit provides an essential platform for informed, global dialogue.
The Summit’s Core Objective
The primary objective of the summit is crystal clear: to foster a nuanced, multi-stakeholder dialogue focusing on the ethical and safety dimensions of AI. The risks associated with neglecting these aspects, such as brand reputation, human rights, and ethical governance, are too significant to defer. This summit acts as a catalyst for immediate, actionable solutions.
Pillars of the Summit
Global Inclusive Dialogue: It aims to be the premier platform for worldwide voices, ranging from academics and policymakers to businesses and community members, who wish to influence the future of AI safety and ethics.
Advancing DEI in AI: Striving to set the agenda for diversity, equity, and inclusion in AI, this pillar challenges existing norms and inspires a global dialogue for change.
Transparency and Accountability: Advocating for a global framework that could elevate transparency in AI algorithms and set new standards for ethical accountability.
Elevating Public Awareness: The summit aims to be a catalyst for global public engagement, enriching the public’s understanding of the ethical dimensions of AI.
Fostering Global Collaboration: It aims to inspire a worldwide alliance among diverse sectors, including government, academia, and industry, to discuss and explore ethical AI solutions.
Participation in this summit is more than just an educational opportunity; it is an urgent call to shape the ethical trajectory of AI on a global scale. This summit goes beyond theoretical discourse, focusing instead on urgent, real-world challenges that demand immediate attention.
Who Should Attend?
The summit has been meticulously designed to engage a diverse array of stakeholders. It’s a deliberate choice to underscore the urgency of the summit. Just 150 tickets are available for in-person attendance, with more opportunities to join online. It is an event that should not be missed by global leaders, policymakers, academics, and community advocates alike.
In a world shaped by AI, this summit offers an opportunity to shape it responsibly. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this historic event. Join us at the MKAI Global AI Ethics and Safety – People’s Summit.
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