AI with Trust - Day 1
Internationale Konferenz: How legislation, standardization and conformity assessment interplay. Opening Speech by Swico Director Judith Bellaiche.
While 60% of adults around the world expect that products and services using Artificial Intelligence (AI) will make their lives easier, only 50% say they trust companies that use AI as much as they trust companies that don’t (Ipsos survey for WEF). Building trust in AI has become a pivotal concern for industry, academia, lawmakers, standards developers, and compliance assessors.
This conference explores the interplay between legislation, standardization and conformity assessment and what is needed to harmonize international efforts for AI.
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Programme Day 1
Welcome and introduction
Philippe Metzger, Secretary-General and CEO, IEC; Roger Dubach, Deputy Director, Directorate of International Law, FDFA
Opening speeches from partner organizations
Chaesub Lee, Director, ITU Telecommunication Standardization Bureau; Sergio Mujica, Secretary-General, ISO
Judith Bellaiche, National Councillor, The Swiss Parliament, CEO, Swico (Swiss IT and Office Electronics Association)
Keynote: Why is it important to build trust in AI?
Anousheh Ansari, CEO, X Prize Foundation; Ian Oppermann, Chief Data Scientist, New South Wales Government and IEC Board Member; Rüdiger Urbanke, Professor, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL)
Panel: Regulators, Conformity Assessors and Standardisers: "What do we do and where do we need each other”?
Bobjoseph Mathew, Vice Director, Swiss Federal Institute of Metrology (METAS); Golestan (Sally) Radwan, Advisor to the Minister for Artificial Intelligence at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) of Egypt; Salvatore Scalzo, Policy and Legal Officer, DG CNECT, European Commission; Lenora Zimmermann, Senior Programme Manager, International Standards Development Lead, Google