On July 30, 2021, key coordinators of Global Alliance for Digital Governance (GADG) met to define core works and plans of GADG 2021 – 2022. Professor Nazli Choucri (MIT), MEP Eva Kaili, Zlatko Lagumdzija (former PM of Bosnia and Herzegovina), Paul Nemitz (Principal Advisor of European Commission), and Nguyen Anh Tuan (CEO of Boston Global Forum) discussed and contributed significant works and preparation for the Policy Lab “Fundamental Rights in AI & Digital Societies: Towards an International Accord”, co-organized by Boston Global Forum and Club de Madrid for September 7-9.
One of the most important decisions in the GADG Coordinator meeting was to build a system which monitor governments and companies. This Monitor System can view violations of ethical values and standards of the Social Contract for the AI Age and AI International Accord by governments and large organizations. The platform will alert against the misuse of Artificial Intelligence (AI), personal data, and negligence of cybersecurity. Its name is the GADG Monitor, and it will be introduced at the BGF-Club de Madrid Policy Lab on September 7-9.
Club de Madrid and Boston Global Forum will collaborate in building and developing the Global Alliance for Digital Governance.