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The rise of AI presents important legal and ethical challenges for society. In this podcast, we invite leaders from different industries and creators of new AI to debate the big questions. From the future of work to the future of our humanity, stay tuned to learn more. Got questions or want to be involved? Email us at contact@aiasiapacific.org
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The AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) is hosting a series of conversations with leading artificial intelligence (AI) experts to study ChatGPT and its risks, looking to arrive at tangible recommendations for regulators and policymakers. These experts include Dr. Toby Walsh, Dr. Stuart Russell, Dr. Pedro Domingos, and Dr. Luciano Floridi, as well as …
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The AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) is hosting a series of conversations with leading artificial intelligence (AI) experts to study ChatGPT and its risks, looking to arrive at tangible recommendations for regulators and policymakers. These experts include Dr. Toby Walsh, Dr. Stuart Russell, Dr. Pedro Domingos, and Dr. Luciano Floridi, as well as …
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The AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) has hosted a series of conversations with leading artificial intelligence (AI) experts to study ChatGPT and its risks, looking to arrive at tangible recommendations for regulators and policymakers. These experts include Dr. Toby Walsh, Dr. Stuart Russell, Dr. Pedro Domingos, and Dr. Luciano Floridi, as well as …
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Generative Artificial Intelligence systems have significantly advanced in recent years, enabling machines to generate highly realistic content such as text, images, and audio. While these advancements offer numerous benefits, it is critical that we are aware of the associated risks. The AI Asia Pacific Institute has hosted a series of conversations…
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This podcast series details our most recent publication '2022 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The report provides continuity to the work the AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) published in 2021, but adopts a more in-depth focus on Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India. The report assesses each country b…
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This podcast series details our most recent publication '2022 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The report provides continuity to the work the AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) published in 2021, but adopts a more in-depth focus on Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India. The report assesses each country b…
  continue reading
 
This podcast series details our most recent publication '2022 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The report provides continuity to the work the AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) published in 2021, but adopts a more in-depth focus on Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India. The report assesses each country b…
  continue reading
 
This podcast series details our most recent publication '2022 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The report provides continuity to the work the AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) published in 2021, but adopts a more in-depth focus on Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India. The report assesses each country b…
  continue reading
 
This podcast series details our most recent publication '2022 Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence in the Asia-Pacific Region'. The report provides continuity to the work the AI Asia Pacific Institute (AIAPI) published in 2021, but adopts a more in-depth focus on Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Australia, and India. The report assesses each country b…
  continue reading
 
AI is transnational and borderless. As AI developments unfold at such unprecedented scale and pace, the call for building trustworthy AI has been resounding. To achieve it, international cooperation is crucial. Join us for a whole new season of this Podcast, where we are deepen our research aiming to promote and amplify collaboration in the Asia-Pa…
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"Regulation is coming" — David Berend David Berend is leading the standardisation of AI Security in Singapore where he and his team are about to publish the world first version of the standard in the next 2 months. Furthermore, he developed the research tools for AI quality assurance as part of his Ph.D., which he is now commercialising as a spin o…
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"What always needs to be at the forefront: what physical and regulatory constraints is your system contending with at any given time and how do you design a suite of methods that actually satisfy those constraints" — Priya L. Donti Priya L. Donti is a Ph.D. student in the Computer Science Department and the Department of Engineering & Public Policy…
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In this conversation, we covered many practical recommendations on operationalising ethics of AI, discussed FEAT, Singapore’s framework for the financial industry and arrived at some predictions in relation to what’s next for the industry. David Hardoon is the Senior Advisor for Data and Artificial Intelligence at UnionBank Philippines, Chair of Da…
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How’s algorithmic decisions impacting our humanity? It’s the question of our times. Join us for a whole new season of this Podcast, where we are deepen our research into the impact of algorithmic decisions on humans. To do this, we will go on a journey and look at the application of algorithm decisions and its implications in different industries. …
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"I would argue that the growing digital divide could be as dangerous as the climate crises" — Irakli Beridze Irakli Beridze is the Head of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics at UNICRI, United Nations. More than 20 years of experience in leading multilateral negotiations, developing stakeholder engagement programmes with governments…
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"We believe that working from the perspective of harms, rather than risks, and developing pathways where humans grapple with the challenges of technology as they deploy have been and will be a path for enabling good from these new technologies" — Jake Taylor and Alan Ho Jake Taylor has been doing research in quantum information science and quantum …
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"People need to embrace technology rather than fear it" — Vincent Vuillard Vincent is the Co-Founder of FutureWork Studio, a tech and consulting company helping organisations navigate the rapidly changing work-scape by equipping them with the tools and thinking they need to thrive now and in the future. Vincent has deep expertise in large scale tra…
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"If we don't see soft law actually working, then societal trust is not going to follow" — Hilary Sutcliffe Hilary runs London-based not-for-profit SocietyInside. The name is a riff on the famous brand ‘IntelInside’ and its focus is the desire that innovation should have the needs and values of people and planet at its heart - not simply the making …
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Today, we are welcoming Amba Kak and Shazeda Ahmed from the AI Now Institute: A research institute examining the social implications of artificial intelligence. Amba is currently Director of Global Policy & Programs at AI Now Institute at New York University where she develops and leads the Institute’s global policy engagement and partnerships, and…
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"We have to acknowledge that it doesn't benefit everyone and understand the extend to which it harms people" — Cathy O’Neil Cathy O’Neil earned a Ph.D. in math from Harvard, was a postdoc at the MIT math department, and a professor at Barnard College where she published a number of research papers in arithmetic algebraic geometry. She then switched…
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"I sync, therefore I am" — John C. Havens John C. Havens is Executive Director of The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems that has two primary outputs – the creation and iteration of a body of work known as Ethically Aligned Design: A Vision for Prioritizing Human Well-being with Autonomous and Intelligent Systems…
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"For AI to be successful there must be trust. We must have AI systems we can trust." — Renée Cummings Renée Cummings is a criminologist, criminal psychologist, therapeutic jurisprudence specialist, AI ethicist and the historic first Data Activist in Residence, at The School of Data Science, University of Virginia. Renée is also a community scholar …
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Join Kelly Forbes for Season 2 of the AI Asia Pacific Institute Podcast. With fascinating guests, we will explore the legal, ethical and social implications of artificial intelligence. What's its greatest potential? And what could possibly go wrong? Subscribe now, wherever you listen and join the AI Asia Pacific Institute newsletter at https://aias…
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"Even if we don't get to that stage of AGI, it is absolutely probable that we will get to the point where there is enough complexity in some of these AI systems which can have an ongoing and profound effect on people's lives" — Matthew Newman Matthew is a global leader in the operationalisation of AI Ethics and responsible use of frontier technolog…
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"Trust is the canvas that we operate on without really recognising it" — Oliver Smith Ollie is responsible for overall strategy and is Head of Ethics at Koa Health, alongside establishing and maintaining strong partnerships, and business model development. He has extensive experience in strategy and innovation across a range of sectors. Before join…
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"We need to start thinking about how we can use AI to break down some of these borders, to break down some of these jurisdictions and to make sure that we work together as humans, not just as different countries" — Kate MacDonald Kate MacDonald is the New Zealand Government Fellow to the World Economic Forum and the Government representative to the…
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"The field of AI ethics is calling for implementation" — Merve Hickok Merve Hickok is the founder of www.aiEthicist.org platform and Lighthouse Career Consulting. She is an independent AI ethics consultant, lecturer and speaker, focusing on capacity building, awareness raising on ethical and responsible development and use of AI and its governance.…
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"If human cooperation is the most powerful force in history, then human cooperation with intelligent machines will actually define the next era of history" — Dr. Mark Sagar Double Academy Award winner Dr. Mark Sagar is the CEO and co-founder of Soul Machines and Director of the Laboratory for Animate Technologies at the Auckland Bioengineering Inst…
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"It does not really mean that you should be afraid of using the technology, but you need to understand what you are doing" — Mona Zoet Mona Zoet, founder and CEO of RegPac Revolution, has over 18 years of experience in the Financial Services Industry within the Legal, Risk and Compliance areas, previously specializing in AML and KYC within some of …
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"There are no human rights without a liveable planet." — Sherif Elsayed-Ali Sherif Elsayed-Ali is a leading expert in the tech for good space and has unique experience at the intersection of technology and social issues. He co-founded Amnesty Tech, which leads Amnesty International’s work on the impact of technology on human rights and the potentia…
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"If you don't gain trust from customers and regulators, things will just backlash." — Janet Wong Janet Wong is part of the EOS at Federated Hermes Asia and global emerging markets stewardship team, engaging with listed companies on material ESG topics. They have been shortlisted by the Principles for Responsible Investment’s Stewardship project of …
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"We need to make gender equality more explicit and we need to position gender equality principles in a way that provides for greater accountability." — Saniye Gülser Corat Saniye Gülser Corat served as Director for Gender Equality at UNESCO from September 2004 to August 2020. She is the lead author of the landmark 2019 study “I’d Blush if I Could: …
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"If ethics frames and guides our collective decision-making, we can ensure we reap the benefits of technology without falling foul of avoidable, manageable shortcomings." — Ethical by Design: Principles for Good Technology Dr Matt Beard is a moral philosopher with an academic background in applied and military ethics. He has taught philosophy and e…
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"If a person were to commit a crime by way of brain-computer interface, what would the ‘criminal act’ be?" — Dr Allan McCay Dr Allan McCay teaches criminal law at the University of Sydney. He is a member of the Management Committee of the Julius Stone Institute of Jurisprudence, also at the University of Sydney Law School, and at Macquarie Universi…
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"What most matters today is the question about individuals and their own data: Is gathered personal information processed to invigorate self-determination and expand opportunities, or does it narrow possible human experiences?." — James Brusseau, AI Human Impact: Toward a Model for Ethical Investing in AI-Intensive Companies Does AI conform to huma…
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"It has never been more important that we keep a sharp eye out on the development of this field and how it is shaping our society and interactions with each other." — Abhishek Gupta, Montreal AI Ethics Institute The Montreal AI Ethics Institute is an international, non-profit research institute dedicated to defining humanity’s place in a world incr…
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"My key takeaway would be that there is an urgency around the conversation. It doesn't matter how far away AGI is. AI is having an impact now. It's going to continue to have an impact. It's going to affect our lives. It's going to affect the lives of our children. We need to have the conversation now because we don't actually know how much time we …
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"Perhaps if ethics had been a mandatory part of the core curriculum of computer scientists, these companies wouldn't have lost the public trust in the way they have today. " — Rana el Kaliouby A pioneer in Emotion AI, Rana el Kaliouby, Ph.D. (@Kaliouby), is Co-Founder and CEO of Affectiva, and author of the newly released book Girl Decoded: A Scien…
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"My humble recommendation is to empower ourselves through upskilling and having an open mindset to become a life-long learner" — Carolyn Chin-Parry Carolyn Chin-Parry is the current Women of the Year from the Women in IT Asia Awards. She is a Managing Director and Digital Innovation Leader at PwC Singapore and also leads PwC's Asia Pacific Digital …
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"Trust needs to be built" — Dr Antonio Feraco In this conversation, we focused on what processes are available to encourage trust within AI systems. Antonio has a lot to share in this area, having been active in the space as TÜV SÜD explores the development of a quality framework. This is a significant contribution to the development of a future ce…
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"We are going to see an accelerated shift from the west to the east as we come out of this pandemic" — Scott Bales In this conversation, we covered a wide range of topics: from how technology startups need to manage their initial purpose to the future of the financial industry in a post-pandemic world. Scott discussed the latest developments in Sin…
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In this episode, we are sharing our latest webinar, the second in a series of dialogues on COVID-19. This was an enlightening discussion as our panellists, Vincent Vuillard from FutureWork Studio and Michelle Hancic from Pymetrics, shared their view on how COVID-19 might fuel the next wave of innovation and its impact on the future of work. Here ar…
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"Do what is preferable, not acceptable. Preference is greater than acceptance" — Nathan Kinch Nathan is the CEO of Greater Than X. He's the creator of Data Trust by Design and dabbles in startup investments when he can. Nathan spent the bulk of his career grappling with the complexity and nuance of the rapidly evolving personal information economy.…
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"We have a real opportunity at this turning point of the digital revolution to make sure that we remember alternatives are possible" — Lizzie O'Shea In today's episode, we discussed how different technologies are impacting us and how we can navigate these challenges in the age of AI. Lizzie discussed some of the technologies deployed to fight and m…
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I don't believe that AI is ever going to be capable of resolving ethical dilemmas in a way that we can all agree about - Roger Steare Professor Roger Steare is internationally recognized as one of the leading experts advising the Boards and executive teams on building high performing, ethical organizations. His work with BP after the Gulf of Mexico…
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In the day and age of Netflix, Spotify and Amazon -- platforms that take in information about you and give you personalized recommendations that seem to know you better than you know yourself – where was the equivalent for jobs? Netflix’s movie recommendations are not based on their “back of the movie” blurbs. instead, they analyze movies based on …
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"Innovation connects the novelty of the invention with the purpose and value of entrepreneurship." — Evan Shellshear In an exponentially changing world where cost is no longer such an inhibiting factor for innovating, companies can now embrace techniques that not only drive innovation but are doing it in a low risk and powerful way. In this convers…
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We stand on the brink of a technological revolution, the Fourth Industrial Revolution. What are knowledge-intensive organisations doing differently In this conversation, we investigate the case of the Australian Centres of Research Excellence and what we can learn from them in the innovation space. This is one of the very promising alternatives tha…
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By 2050, 6.5 billion people will choose to live in cities. These individuals will require employment and access to better healthcare from an infrastructure that is already extremely vulnerable. How can we use technology to create sustainable cities for the future?
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