[ccwg-internet-governance] Registrations open for the online course: Artificial Intelligence: Technology, Governance, and Policy Frameworks
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Mon Sep 2 04:02:00 UTC 2019
Applications are open for the second edition of Diplo's online course on
Artificial Intelligence until the *16th of September*. The course provides
an interdisciplinary coverage of the topic, encompassing technical,
political, legal, economic, security, and ethical issues related to AI. It
will start on the 7th of October and will be conducted over a period of ten
weeks. Detailed information can be found on the course webpage
You can contact me in case you have any questions.
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Registrations open for the online course:
Technology, Governance, and Policy Frameworks
*Artificial intelligence has moved from the realm of science fiction into
our everyday lives. But what is it, exactly, and how does it change the
socio-economic landscape? What is at stake for governments, businesses, and
This course aims to provide in-depth knowledge that will enable
participants to assess critically the consequences of AI and understand the
opportunities and challenges it creates across a broad spectrum of areas,
including the fields of policy and diplomacy. It provides an
interdisciplinary coverage of the topic, encompassing technical, political,
legal, economic, security, and ethical issues related to AI.
By the end of the course, participants should be able to:
- Explain what AI is from both technical and policy perspectives,
elaborating on practical, philosophical, and ethical aspects.
- Critically assess the impact of AI across several areas, including
security, commerce and finance, human rights, decision-making, and job
- Analyse the emerging processes for the governance of AI and the
challenges related to the implementation of principles such as
transparency, accountability, and explainability.
- Draft the key elements of a national or institutional AI strategy,
encompassing overall goals, definition of strategic sectors for investment,
an evaluation of the (national) regulatory environment, and guidelines for
an ethical framework in the field of AI.
- Explain the potential need for regulation of AI and the different
approaches that could be adopted (legal, technical standards, social norms,
- Map the relevant actors and forums for the discussion and governance
- Reflect on whether and how AI could be beneficially employed in their
fields of work.
- Articulate a critical opinion on emerging issues, such as the impact
of AI on the future of decision-making, and on democracy.
The first session of the course took place in May 2019. It provided 26
participants from around the world with in-depth knowledge to enable them
to assess critically the consequences of AI.
The next AI course starts on *7 October 2019.* Detailed information can be
found on the course webpage <https://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/AI>
<https://www.diplomacy.edu/courses/AI>or by contacting
admissions at diplomacy.edu
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