Professor David Silbersweig, Co-founder of AIWS.net, will speak at “Neuropsychiatry: A Comprehensive Update”

Professor David Silbersweig, Harvard Medical School, co-founder of AIWS.net and member of AIWS City Board of Leaders, will speak at this event, October 22-24, 2020

Neuropsychiatry is an exciting and rapidly growing field that promotes an improved understanding of the brain/mind relationship. It seeks to elucidate the brain circuitry involved in primary psychiatric disorders such as mood, anxiety, psychotic, and somatic symptom disorders, and in neurological disorders that present with cognitive, emotional, or behavioral problems. The ultimate goal of neuropsychiatry is to advance diagnostic and treatment options for patients suffering from these disorders. This course is designed to enhance participants’ knowledge of brain-behavior relationships and their skills for the diagnostic work-up and treatment of patients with neuropsychiatric disorders. Faculty will review cutting-edge, clinical research, evidence-based interventions and practical guidelines for the clinician. The course content will include the functional neuroanatomy of emotions, cognition, and behavior; the fundamentals of the neuropsychiatric exam and relevant ancillary tests; and neuropsychopharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in neuropsychiatric disorders. We will discuss the neuropsychiatric aspects of traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, neurodegenerative disorders, stroke, multiple sclerosis, functional neurological disorders, Tourette Syndrome, addiction, and other disorders.

The event can be found here.

Course Directors

Gaston Baslet, M.D., Scott McGinnis, M.D., Juan Carlos Urizar, M.D., Laura Safar, M.D., Kirk Daffner, M.D., David Silbersweig, M.D.

The AIWS City at the “Policy Dialogue 2020: Multilateralism that Delivers” of World Leadership Alliance – Club de Madrid

World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid’s (WLA-CdM) co-organises its flagship Policy Dialogue ‘Multilateralism that Delivers’ in collaboration with Bertelsmann Stiftung, in a virtual format and over a four-day period: a single session on 20 October, and three-day session between 28 and 30 October.

Our 2020 Policy Dialogue ‘Multilateralism that Delivers’ provides a global platform that brings together a large number of WLA-CdM’s more than 100 democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers, from over seventy countries, sitting policymakers, representatives of international organisations, civil society and academia to identify and promote a much-needed renewal of our multilateral system, one that breathes new life and reflects new realities.  Building on our continued work on multilateralism, the specific measures and policies identified will feed into the UN75 stock taking process and will be shared with the German EU Presidency and other major action-oriented discussions taking place on this most pressing topic such as the UN2020 campaign.

The Policy Dialogue’s Breakout Action Labs will delve deeper into three challenges that require a multilateral and cooperative approach:

  • Transforming Multilateralism for 21st Century Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Digital Cooperation and a better global future
  • Leveraging multilateralism to build back better towards a more sustainable future

Professor Alex Sandy Pentland (MIT), Co-founder and Mentor of AIWS.net, representative of the Boston Global Forum will lead the Action Lab “Digital Cooperation and a better global future”

The Paper “Working With AIWS City to Create A New Gem For The World” by Mr. Bui Thanh Nhon, Chairman of the Novaland Group, was posted on website of the event at https://multilateralism2020.dialoguescdm.org/background/

He wrote: “We are proud to cooperate with the AIWS City to create NovaWorld Phan Thiet, a city of history, intelligence, and humanity, connecting with other intellectual, cultural and innovative centers around the world, with the standards of the Social Contract in the AI Age, adhering to AIWS City.”

AIWS City introduces the website AIWS.city

At 10:10 am, 10/10/2020, in Beacon Hill, Boston, MA, the Michael Dukakis Institute introduced the website AIWS.city.

AIWS City, an all-digital, virtual, intelligent, and innovative ecosystem for work – endowed with kindness and consideration, and anchored in intellect. AIWS City will start to serve from 1/9/2021.

AIWS City is based in Boston, and connected to gems of the world as Athens, Riga, London, Paris, Rome, Vienna, Saint Petersburg, Tokyo, Kyoto, New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC, Bar Harbor, Key West, Jerusalem, New Delhi, Prague, Brussels, Krakow, Stockholm, Amsterdam, Edinburg, Copenhagen, Geneva, Lisbon, Barcelona, Toledo, Dubrovnik, Budapest, Cairo, Agra-Tāj Mahal etc.

AIWS City is an initiative for the United Nations 2045.

At the Riga Conference 2020, November 12-13, organizers (the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation (LATO), the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia) will publish the Policy Paper “Social Contract for the AI Age in Practice: The AIWS City” of  Nazli Choucri, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Marc Rotenberg.

Governor Michael Dukakis joins the Quad session with leaders of the US, Japan, Australia, and India at the Riga Conference 2020

The Rīga Conference has become a unique venue for constructive dialogue on international security issues between leading global decision makers. The event is organized jointly by the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation (LATO), the Ministry of Defence of the Republic of Latvia, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia. The Riga Conference facilitates debates at various levels, engaging high-level politicians, diplomats, experts, as well as local and international media. By attracting key international players and tackling the most pressing issues that our societies currently face, The Rīga Conference demonstrates its commitment to think and work in a global context.

Over the course of the last decade, The Rīga Conference has built a reputation across the region. Highlights have included having the Prime Ministers of Latvia, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, and Finland together in the same room to discuss economic growth in a time of austerity; the presentation by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in 2008 and the address by President of the United States George W. Bush in 2006.

This year, the Boston Global Forum co-organizes a session about the Quad (US, Japan, Australia, and India) and solutions for world peace and security at the Riga Conference 2020, at 2:30 pm EET, November 12, 2020. Governor Michael Dukakis, co-founder and Chairman of the Boston Global Forum, will join this session together with leaders of US, Japan, Australia, and India. Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, co-founder and CEO of the Boston Global Forum, was a speaker at the Riga Conference 2019 in the Plenary Session: Political Power in the Digital Age.

Policy Paper about the Social Contract for the AI Age at the Riga Conference 2020

The Policy Paper “Social Contract for the Artificial Intelligence Age – Safety, Security, & Sustainability for AI World” by Nazli Choucri, Nguyen Anh Tuan, and Marc Rotenberg will be published as an official document at the Riga Conference 2020.

The Rīga Conference takes pride in itself as the meeting place of local and global elites since its inception in 2006. In the past, the Rīga Conference have been honored with the presence of countless heads of state, heads of government, ministers, NATO and EU officials, and ambassadors – from all around the world. In addition to the extensive list of speakers, over 500 participants attend the conference every year, listening to and interacting with high-level policy makers.

Over the course of the last decade, The Rīga Conference has built a reputation across the region. Highlights have included having the Prime Ministers of Latvia, Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, and Finland together in the same room to discuss economic growth in a time of austerity; the presentation by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in 2008 and the address by President of the United States George W. Bush in 2006.

The Rīga Conference 2020 will be taking place on the 12th and 13th of November, 2020. This is a special year for The Rīga Conference since it is it’s 15th anniversary. The event will proceed in a hybrid form- with a limited number of participants in person and a wider audience online. This year, amongst other things, the relevance of NATO on both sides of the Atlantic, COVID-19 consequences for defence, a post-pandemic global order, EU resilience in crisis, as well as Infodemia and other issues will be debated.

The state of AI in 2020: Democratization, industrialization, and the way to artificial general intelligence

In the State of AI Report 2020, Benaich and Hogarth outdid themselves. While the structure and themes of the report remain mostly intact, its size has grown by nearly 30%. This is a lot, especially considering their 2019 AI report was already a 136 slide long journey on all things AI.

The State of AI Report 2020 is 177 slides long, and it covers technology breakthroughs and their capabilities, supply, demand, and concentration of talent working in the field, large platforms, financing, and areas of application for AI-driven innovation today and tomorrow, special sections on the politics of AI, and predictions for AI.

Some researchers, Benaich and Hogarth noted, feel that progress in mature areas of machine learning is stagnant. Others call for advancing causal reasoning and claim that adding this element to machine learning approaches could overcome barriers.

Causality, Hogarth said, is arguably at the heart of much of human progress. From an epistemological perspective, causal reasoning has given us the scientific method, and it’s at the heart of all of our best world models. So the work that people like Judea Pearl have pioneered to bring causality to machine learning is exciting. It feels like the biggest potential disruption to the general trend of larger and larger correlation driven models.

The original article can be found here.

Regarding to AI and Causality, Professor Judea Pearl is a pioneer for developing a theory of causal and counterfactual inference based on structural models. In 2011, Professor Pearl won the Turing Award, computer science’s highest honor, for “fundamental contributions to artificial intelligence through the development of a calculus of probabilistic and causal reasoning.”  In 2020, Professor Pearl is also awarded as World Leader in AI World Society (AIWS.net) by Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation (MDI) and Boston Global Forum (BGF). At this moment, Professor Judea also contributes to Causal Inference for AI transparency, which is one of important AIWS.net topics on AI Ethics.

Artificial intelligence (AI): 5 trends, hype-tested

If you are considering using artificial intelligence (AI) to mature your foundational IT and data capabilities, how do you separate hype from reality?

Whether you are exploring the promises of AI for your business or still wondering when you will see truly transformative results, here are five industry trends that will help realize AI’s untapped potential.

For most of us, deep learning systems are essentially incomprehensible. Using millions of data points as input and the correlating data as output, their internal logic can generally not be interpreted using plain language.

However, if automated systems are to assist in making critical decisions such as which operations and processes to use and we cannot understand how these decisions are made, how can we identify and address errors? This lack of common sense (a term first defined in the context of AI by John McCarthy in the 50s), has limited the application of AI in the real world to date. We need a clearer, less complicated AI system that better relates to the world and to people.

The original article can be found here.

Regarding to explainable AI and Causality, Professor Judea Pearl is a pioneer for developing a theory of causal and counterfactual inference based on structural models. In 2011, Professor Pearl won the Turing Award, computer science’s highest honor, for “fundamental contributions to artificial intelligence through the development of a calculus of probabilistic and causal reasoning.”  In 2020, Professor Pearl is also awarded as World Leader in AI World Society (AIWS.net) by Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation (MDI) and Boston Global Forum (BGF). At this moment, Professor Judea also contributes to Causal Inference for AI transparency, which is one of important AIWS.net topics on AI Ethics.

The Social Contract for the AI Age and AIWS City at Horasis Extraordinary Meeting

Horasis organize Horasis Extraordinary Meeting Virtual Event, October 1, 2020 06.30-23.00 Central European Summer Time.

The Horasis Extraordinary Meeting is the world’s foremost gathering of business leaders who interact with key government officials and eminent thought leaders. Under the theme Unite. Inspire. Create, 500 of the most senior members of the Horasis Visions Community gathered virtually to overcome the profound economic, political and social disruptions caused by Covid-19. The Horasis Extraordinary Meeting offers the conceptual backbone and action platform to advance the recovery – envisioning and implementing novel business models, new political cooperation and deep social cohesion.

Antonio Guterres, Secretary-General, United Nations, presented a keynote speech. There are presidents, prime ministers who are speakers.

Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of the Boston Global Forum, was a speaker at the Horasis Extraordinary Meeting. He spoke about the Social Contract for the AI Age and AIWS City at the Panel “The Future of Innovation in a Pandemized World”.

The first three honored Houses at AIWS City

Governor Michael Dukakis, Co-founder and Chairman of the Boston Global Forum, Father of the Internet Vint Cerf, World Leader in AIWS Award recipient, and President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, World Leader for Peace and Security Award recipient, will have virtual digital honored houses at AIWS City. AIWS City is an all-digital, virtual, kind, intelligent, and innovative ecosystem for work and life named “the AI World Society City” (the AIWS City), domain name: AIWS.city.

As a pragmatic vision, AIWS City is to be based on AIWS Value in order to create a good Ecosystem of the People Centered Economy – “all people can create value for each other”.

In this context, AIWS puts forth the concept of AIWS Value as follows:

AIWS Value:

  • traditional value (products, services, data, innovation, creativities, etc.) X
  • social values (contributions).

We consider this as a multiplicative not an additive function. This enables a situation where society recognize traditional and social values and can exchange them for AIWS Reward as a digital currency.

Governor Michael Dukakis and President Vaira Vike-Freiberga invite thinkers, leaders, and innovators to sign the Social Contract for the AI Age

Dear Friends,

 

Last week the Boston Global Forum (BGF) and the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid (WLA-CdM) organized a policy lab on Translatlantic Approaches to Digital Governance: Social Contract for the AI Age. The event featured several panels on the growing importance of AI and digital policy. It is clear that the process of “digitalization” is accelerating. Countries are now confronting new challenges, as well as new opportunities.

Advances in AI raise policy issues that must be assessed. We must now focus through dialogue, tolerance, learning and understanding on key principles and practices for an agreement among members of society for shared social benefit. And we believe it is vitally important that democratic leaders make clear our support for fundamental rights and the rule of law in this Age of AI. We want to ensure that AI supports sustainable development, inclusion, fairness and accountability.

Our next step is to build public support for the Social Contract for the Age of AI. This global declaration sets out a human-centric approach for the governance of AI.  The Social Contract is the outcome of a collaboration over the last several years between the BGF and the CdM/WLA.

We are asking you to join us, as signatories, in support of this initiative. Over the next several months, we will reach out to innovators, thinkers, advocates, and other world leaders.  Our aim is to build support for the Social Contract and to educate the public about the many issues we will confront in the years ahead. We are also developing monitoring mechanisms so that we can begin to assess national progress toward the goals that we have set out.

You will find more information about the Social Contract for the Age of AI here. If you would like to endorse, please contact Tuan Nguyen, director of the Michael Dukakis Institute.

Thank you for your continued interest in this work.

 

Sincerely,

Governor Michael Dukakis, Boston Global Forum, and

President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, Latvia and World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid

Rochester leads novel research project on how the brain interprets motion

Major NIH award to study how the brain infers structure from sensory signals may have applications for disorders like schizophrenia and offer insights for artificial intelligence.

Imagine you’re sitting on a train. You look out the window and see another train on an adjacent track that appears to be moving. But, has your train stopped while the other train is moving, or are you moving while the other train is stopped?

The same sensory experience—viewing a train—can yield two very different perceptions, leading you to feel either a sensation of yourself in motion or a sensation of being stationary while an object moves around you.

Human brains are constantly faced with such ambiguous sensory inputs. In order to resolve the ambiguity and correctly perceive the world, our brains employ a process known as causal inference.

Causal inference is a key to learning, reasoning, and decision making, but researchers currently know little about the neurons involved in the process.

Recognizing how the brain uses causal inference to separate self-motion from object motion may help in designing artificial intelligence and autopilot devices.

“Understanding how the brain infers self-motion and object motion might provide inspiration for improving existing algorithms for autopilot devices on planes and self-driving cars,” Haefner says.

For example, a plane’s circuitry must take into account the plane’s self-motion in the air while also avoiding other moving planes appearing around it.

The research may additionally have important applications in developing treatments and therapies for neural disorders such as autism and schizophrenia, conditions in which casual inference is thought to be impaired.

The original article can be found here.

In the field of AI and Causal Inference, Professor Judea Pearl is a pioneer for developing a theory of causal and counterfactual inference based on structural models. In 2011, Professor Pearl won the Turing Award, computer science’s highest honor, for “fundamental contributions to artificial intelligence through the development of a calculus of probabilistic and causal reasoning.”  In 2020, Professor Pearl is also awarded as World Leader in AI World Society (AIWS.net) by Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation (MDI) and Boston Global Forum (BGF). At this moment, Professor Judea also contributes to Causal Inference for AI transparency, which is one of important AIWS.net topics on AI Ethics.

Introducing AIWS City and AIWS.net at the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid Policy Lab

On September 17, at Session I of this event, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of the Boston Global Forum, Co-Author of Social Contract for the AI Age, introduced the model of AI World Society City (AIWS City). AIWS City as a method of practicing the Social Contract for the AI Age.

The AIWS City is an all-digital virtual city based on trusted open data, that applies the standards of “Social Contract for the AI Age”, “People Centered Economy”, “Trustworthy Economy”, “Intellectual Society, a thoughtful civil society”, and “AI-Government”.

  • The AIWS City can assist citizens to become more thoughtful by enhancing knowledge, critical thinking and social responsibility
  • AIWS creates the concept of AIWS Value. AIWS Value: traditional value (products, services, data, innovation, creativities, etc.) + social values (contributions). Recognize and exchange traditional and social values.
  • The AIWS City will operate based on AIWS Value in order to create a good Ecosystem of the People Centered Economy – “all people can create value for each other”.
  • Slogan: “People Centered AI andInternet Ecosystem for Work and Life”.
  • The AIWS City Board of Leaders are: Governor Michael Dukakis, Chairman of the Boston Global Forum, Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of The Boston Global Forum, Professor Alex Pentland, MIT, Vint Cerf, Father of the Internet, Chief Internet Evangelist of Google, Professor Zlatko Lagumdzija, Former Prime Minister of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Professor Nazli Choucri, MIT, Professor David Silbersweig, Harvard University, Professor Thomas Patterson, Harvard University, Marc Rotenberg, Director of Center for AI and Digital Policy at Michael Dukakis Institute.

President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Vint Cerf, Nazli Choucri, and Tuan Nguyen discuss the Social Contract for the AI Age at the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid Policy Lab

On September 17 at Session IThe AIWS Social Contract 2020 and AIWS Innovation Network: A Platform for Transatlantic Cooperation, the Lead Speaker and Facilitator was Nazli Choucri, Boston Global Forum Board Member and Professor of Political Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Panel discussion:

  • Esko Aho, WLA-CdM Member, Prime Minister of Finland (1991-1995)
  • Vaira Vike-Freiberga, WLA-CdM Member, President of Latvia (1999-2007)
  • Vint Cerf, Father of the Internet, Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
  • Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of the Boston Global Forum, “Presentation AIWS City, a practicing of The Social Contract 2020, A New Social Contract in the Age of AI”

The panel discussed the Social Contract for the AI Age and AIWS City. In this session participants are President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Vint Cerf, both World Leader in AIWS Award recipients, Professor Nazli Choucri, MIT, Board Member of the Boston Global Forum, Michael Dukakis Institute, History of AI at AIWS.net, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, CEO of the Boston Global Forum. Professor Choucri is lead speaker and moderator of this session. She talked about the Social Contract for the AI Age, and Mr. Tuan introduced new concepts found in the Social Contract for the AI Age such as Intellectual Society and Smart Democracy, as well as the model of AIWS City.

Link: https://boston.dialoguescdm.org/on-demand/#02

The Social Contract for the Age AI was officially launched at the World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid Policy Lab

On September 16, 2020, at the Welcome and Introductory Session of World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid Policy Lab: Transatlantic Approaches on Digital Governance – A New Social Contract on Artificial Intelligence, after keynote speech of Manuel Muñiz, Secretary of State for Global Spain, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of Spain, Professor Thomas Patterson, Board Member of the Boston Global Forum, launched and presented Social Contract for the AI Age. Mr. Ramu Damodaran, Chief of the Academic Impact, United Nations, and Editor in Chief of the United Nations Chronicle Magazine, moderated the discussion. Discussants include Prime Minister of Latvia, Valdis Birkavs.

The list of speakers of the special sessions are below.

Welcome Session

  • Danilo Türk, President of WLA-CdM, President of Slovenia (2007-2012)
  • Manuel Muñiz, Secretary of State for Global Spain, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of Spain
  • Mr. Nguyen Van Tuong, Chairman of Tram Huong Khanh Hoa
  • Governor Michael Dukakis, Chair of The Boston Global Forum
  • Keynote Speech “Transatlantic Relations and the Digital Social Contract”
  • Manuel Muñiz, Secretary of State for Global Spain, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation of Spain

Introductory Session: A New Social Contract in the Age of AI

Keynote: Thomas Patterson, Research Director of The Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation, Professor of Government and the Press of Harvard Kennedy School

Facilitator: Ramu Damodaran, Editor-in-Chief of the UN Chronicle and Chief of the United Nations Academic Impact

Panel discussion:

  • Valdis Birkavs, WLA-CdM Member, Prime Minister of Latvia (1993-1994)
  • Jerry Jones, WLA-CdM Advisor Executive Vice-President, Ethics and Legal Officer, Live Ramp and Advisor
  • Nuria Oliver, IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow, member of the High Level Expert Group on B2G data sharing at the European Commission

Link: https://boston.dialoguescdm.org/on-demand/#02

Causality Link Selects MT Newswires as Content Provider for Artificial Intelligence (AI)-Driven Research Assistant

Causality Link, an advanced, AI-driven investment technology provider, today announced an agreement with MT Newswires to incorporate the financial news information provider’s industry-leading content into the Causality Link Research Assistant platform.

MT Newswires’ global financial news strengthens Causality Link’s vast and growing corpus of content with a perspective relied upon by institutional investors globally. By leveraging MT Newswires’ “Live Briefs PRO – Global Markets” offering — a comprehensive, real-time, multi-asset feed of global capital markets and economic events –Causality Link gains more than 130 categories of original, ticker-tagged and meta-coded content that will augment the Research Assistant’s signals and financial models.

“The addition of high-quality, focused news stories impacting equity markets worldwide will be a significant complement to our Research Assistant,” said Eric Jensen, co-founder and CTO of Causality Link. “Our evaluation showed strong evidence supporting great coverage and a high signal-to-noise ratio. MT Newswires is a recognized leader in the business and financial news space and it’s great to be working with the firm to advance the unmatched knowledge our platform collects and aggregates.”

Causality Link’s unique, AI-powered Research Assistant extracts the knowledge contained within millions of documents and other text-based sources to provide investors and analysts with a unique perspective on companies, industries and macroeconomic drivers. By aggregating explicitly stated cause-and-effect relationships between market indicators and company key performance indicators (KPIs), the Causality Link platform provides clients with more significant, longer-lasting, less emotional and more precise insights and forecasts. With the help of its proprietary machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) technologies, the solution is leading the next wave of AI innovation to aggregate human knowledge from thousands of authors.

In the field of AI and Causality, Professor Judea Pearl is a pioneer for developing a theory of causal and counterfactual inference based on structural models. In 2011, Professor Pearl won the Turing Award, computer science’s highest honor, for “fundamental contributions to artificial intelligence through the development of a calculus of probabilistic and causal reasoning.”  In 2020, Professor Pearl is also awarded as World Leader in AI World Society (AIWS.net) by Michael Dukakis Institute for Leadership and Innovation (MDI) and Boston Global Forum (BGF). At this moment, Professor Judea also contributes to Causal Inference for AI transparency, which is one of important AIWS.net topics on AI Ethics.

The Social Contract for the AI Age, completed and officially launched on 09/09/2020

This is the first social contract in the digital, Internet and AI era, a platform for connection among governments, stakeholders, and private and public institutions, and for balancing centers of power, initiated by the Boston Global Forum, will pay particular attention to insights presented by government representatives, academic institutions, think tanks, tech companies and civil society.

The Social Contract for the AI Age was completed and launched on September 9, 2020.

 

The co-authors of the Social Contract for the AI Age are:

Governor Michael Dukakis, Boston Global Forum and

President Vaira Vīķe-Freiberga, Latvia and World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid

Vint Cerf, Father of Internet, Google, Nazli Choucri, MIT,

Prime Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija, Bosnia and Herzegovina,

Tuan Anh Nguyen, Boston Global Forum, Thomas Patterson, Harvard University,

Alex Pentland, MIT, Marc Rotenberg, CAIDP, David Silbersweig, Harvard University

 

Please view and download Social Contract for the AI Age either here or here.

Governor Michael Dukakis, President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, and Father of the Internet Vint Cerf invite organizations and individuals to sign the Social Contract for the AI Age

The Social Contract for the AI Age”, the first social contract in the digital, Internet and AI era, a platform for connection among governments, stakeholders, and private and public institutions, and for balancing centers of power, initiated by the Boston Global Forum, will be officially launched and discussed at Transatlantic Approaches on Digital Governance:

A New Social Contract in the Age of Artificial Intelligence, 16-18 September 2020, organized by World Leadership Alliance-Club de Madrid (https://boston.dialoguescdm.org/agenda/)

Governor Michael Dukakis, President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, father of the Internet Vint Cerf and Nguyen Anh Tuan are four of co-authors invite organizations and individuals sign the Social Contract here.