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Global Cybersecurity Day 2020: Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values

This year’s Global Cybersecurity Day (December 12, 2020) will focus on the theme of Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values.

The President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, will be honored as World Leader for Peace and Security 2020.

The Panel on AI Social Contract Index Report is held with the theme “Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Values.” Participants include distinguished thinkers such as Marc Rotenberg, Center for AI and Digital Policy at Michael Dukakis Institute; Rep. Robin Kelly, co-sponsor, Resolution on US National AI Strategy; Amb. Karen Korbluh (ret., US Ambassador to OECD), Director, GMF, Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative; Wonki Min, President, SUNY Korea; Prof. Frank Pasquale, author, The Black Box Society (2015) and The Laws of Robotics (2020).

Professor Ashton Carter, US Former Secretary of Defense, Director of Belfer Center of Harvard Kennedy School, will present the keynote speech on this topic.

Sandis Šrāders, Member of the Board of the Latvian Transatlantic Organisation and Ambassador P.S Raghavan, Chairman of the National Security Advisory Board (India) will present the Report on the Quad Roundtable at the Riga Conference 2020, the special event organized by Latvian Government and the Boston Global Forum with attendance from presidents and prime ministers of Europe, US, Japan, Australia, and India.