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Fair AI - democratic control over algorithms


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Presentation given by Tamas Erkelens, City of Amsterdam, at Open & Agile Smart Cities' annual Connected Smart Cities & Communities Conference 2020 on 23 January in Brussels, Belgium

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Fair AI - democratic control over algorithms

  1. 1. FAIR AI democratic control over algorithms
  2. 2. Urgencies for cities to respond  Concerns by Residencies; facial recognition  Market inefficiencies looming (lock ins etc.)  Legislative and policy developments  Geopolitical ai world market  AI certification battles
  3. 3. Digital Rights in Cities
  4. 4. What do we want?
  5. 5. What can cities do to get Democratic control over ai AI Registry Contract conditions Open source R&D Open Control Framework + review MIM’s + Digital RightsAmsterdam intelligence
  6. 6. Cross city Cooperation  MIM’s  Copy whatever works  Technological sovereignity  Partners: London, G5, Helsinki, Barcelona, Ghent, OASC, EUROCITES, Nesta  NGI Policy Summit: 29-30 June
  7. 7. Fair ai Democratic control & oversight
  8. 8. What can cities do to get Democratic control over ai  AI Contract conditions with Pels Rijcken & VNG + other dutch cities: Breda, Rotterdam, Den Haag  Algorithmic registry: & Helsinki, Espoo, others  Open source Ai development; AI with impact R&D Collaboration with univeristy. 25 research thesises annually  Control framework + audit algorithms with KPMG  International policy and harmonisation; Cities coalition for digital rights & MIM Next Generation Internet Congress 30 June