The GPAI Summit hosted in Paris on 11-12 November was attended by around 1350 delegates. Its aim was to promote the responsible use of artificial intelligence for the benefit of human rights, inclusion, diversity, innovation and economic growth.
Yoichi Iida, Deputy Director General for G7/G20 Relations, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications and Incoming Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of GPAI, presents the challenges of GPAI for 2022 and those of the Japanese presidency in 2023.
Joanna Shields, Chair of the Plenary of the Multi-stakeholder Expert Group and Co-Chair of the PMAI Steering Committee, welcomes the progress made at the second summit of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence held in Paris November 11 and 12, 2021.
For two days, the GPAI is holding a summit at the Institut de France in the heart of Paris. The program includes sessions dedicated to the presentation of project results. Discover the first day below.
Baroness Joanna Shields, Chair of the PMIA Multi-Stakeholder Expert Group Plenary, presented the PMIA’s first annual report, representing the working groups’ ‘cutting edge research and high impact applied AI projects’ .
Renaud Vedel, the Incoming Co-Chair of the GPAI Steering Committee, gives his assessment of the second Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence summit meeting, and outlines its future development path.