Homo Digitalis’s Participation and Speech at the Second Meeting of the CEPS Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security Working Group
Homo Digitalis had the great honor and pleasure to attend and give a speech at the second meeting of the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Working Group on Artificial Intelligence and Cybersecurity.
CEPS is a well-known think tank with high research activity and influence on European Union issues. Our organization was represented by Mr Lefteris Chelioudakis.
In our speech, we focused our attention on the “Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence” published in April 2019 by the European Commission’s High- Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence. (AI HLEG).
In particular to this, we set forth our observations on four (4) of the requirements set by the Expert Group on Reliable Artificial Intelligence, namely “Human agency and oversight”, “Privacy and Data governance”, “Transparency” and “Diversity, non -discrimination and fairness”.
We would like to thank the Head of the Working Group, Mr Lorenzo Pupillo, and his Rapporteur, Mr Stefano Fantin, for their kind invitation.
You can find out more about the event and its schedule here.