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Fundamental Rights in AI & Digital Societies: Towards an International Accord

Policy Lab: June 22-24, 2021

This lab is a transatlantic dialog between leaders, policymakers, decision makers, business leaders, and distinguished thinkers of the EU, the US, Japan, Australia on AI Regulations of the EU and the Framework for AI International Accord.

There will also be a discussion on the Book “Remaking the world – The Age of the Global Enlightenment” by distinguished leaders and thinkers.

Partnership of the Boston Global Forum, Club de Madrid will seek to contribute to global consensus-building around a rights-based agenda for the governance of AI and digital societies as a part of AI World Society model (AIWS).

The total effect of AI and digital technologies on our societies is far greater than the sum of its parts. As AI and digital technologies revolutionize every facet of modern societies, they also alter how the different social component relate to one another, thereby making our existing social contract obsolete. Applying Social Contract for the Digital and AI Age requires, first and foremost, thoughtful consideration of how the multi-fold transformation driven by AI and digital technologies is affecting fundamental rights in AI and digital societies.