CONFERENCE

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[Ch1-304]AI Governance for Competitiveness, Human rights and Safety

10/22 16:15-17:45

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AI technologies are evolving rapidly and changing our lives in many ways, but it entails a number of potential risks, such as human rights and safety issues. The EU is planning to create the world's first regulatory framework for AI, while Japan is discussing a new framework to make AI both reliable and innovative. In this workshop, policymakers from Europe and Japan, as well as representatives from industry, government and academia, will discuss how to build an ecosystem and a new governance system to ensure human rights and safety while maintaining the competitiveness of AI technologies through EU-Japan cooperation.

Moderator
JBCE Digital Innovation Committee Vice-Chair (Panasonic) Mr. Antoine Larpin
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Adviser for AI, DG-Connect, European Commission Mr. Eric Badiqué
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Director For Information Policy Planning, Commerce and Information Policy Bureau, METI Mr. Takuya Izumi
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Head of Digital Technology Promotion Legal Office, Legal, IP & Internal Control Unit, Fujitsu Mr. Junichi Arahori
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Corporate Technology Division, Standardization Promotion Department, NEC Mr. Takashi Egawa
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Thales VP Research, Technology & Innovation Mr. David Sadek
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Director, Insight Center for Data Analytics, University College Cork Professor. Barry O’Sullivan
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