Distinguished women scholars came together on February 28th, 2023 at the BGF High-level Dialog to discuss the framework of regulations for AI assistants and ChatGPT. The panel included Nazli Choucri from MIT, Martha Minow, former dean of Harvard Law School, Ruth L. Okediji, Director of the Berkman Center at Harvard Law School, Margaret Hagan from Stanford Law School, Shyamal Sharma Visiting Research Scholar at Brandeis University and Founder of Relational Society, and Caroline Irma Maria Nevejan, the Chief Science Officer with the City of Amsterdam.
The scholars explored the ethical and legal implications of AI assistants and chatbots, as well as the challenges associated with their development and deployment. They stressed the importance of a regulatory framework that ensures responsible use and development of these technologies.
The panelists concluded that a comprehensive regulatory framework is necessary to balance the potential benefits and risks of AI assistants and chatbots. They emphasized the importance of involving diverse stakeholders in the development of this framework, including technology developers, policymakers, civil society organizations, and academia.
The event was moderated by Governor Michael Dukakis, Chair of BGF, and Nguỵen Anh Tuan, CEO of BGF. Keynote speakers included Vint Cerf, the father of the internet, and MIT professor Alex Pentland, one of the most powerful data scientists.
Distinguished women scholars discussing at the BGF High-level Dialogue on Regulation for AI Assistants and ChatGPT on February 28, 2023