Contribution to the UNESCO Recommendationon the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) commissioned international experts to write a draft recommendation on Artificial Intelligence Ethics. UNESCO partnered with Algora Lab and Mila to consult with stakeholders and citizens from across the world to collect feedback and insights from the public on their draft. From this was born the Open Dialogue on AI Ethics (ODAI).This international deliberation process involved 611 people from 54 countries. Of these, 287 people participated in the 37 small-size deliberation workshops (8-10 participants) from 17 different countries, while 324 people took part in 11 larger-size workshops (“delibinars” – which had between 10 and 70 participants).