Workshop Summary on Artificial Intelligence Governance and Regulation

Document summarizes recent initiatives in Europe, the United States and Brazil on the subject presented in a workshop that goes around with the participation of ITS

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16 de August de 2021


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In recent years, we have seen great growth in the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in Brazil and worldwide, both by private and public agencies. However, with increased use also see the risks associated with lack of transparency, discrimination, manipulation and dangers to democratic processes.

On June 30 of 2021, the research project “The Triple Partnership for Responsible AI (3A)”* brought together experts from ITS, the Nordic Centre for Internet and Society and the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University to discuss artificial intelligence governance in the European Union, Brazil and the United States. The experts, including its directors Celina Bottino and Carlos Affonso Souza, discussed the scope and impacts of the proposed instruments focused on artificial intelligence.

After the workshop, the main ideas presented at the event were collected and a document was produced that can be accessed and downloaded by all those interested in the theme.



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