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The Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy unites people who are passionate to address the problems of a fast-changing world. It aspires is to create a unique, world-leading research, teaching and public engagement site that builds the new field of global affairs from Canada.
Once considered to be confined to science fiction novels, artificial intelligence (AI) has now become part of our day-to-day. Now, policymakers around the world are racing to increase their AI competitiveness, as well as attempting to figure out ways of regulating this technology.
With this backdrop, 2022’s Walter Gordon Symposium, entitled “AI, Accountability, and Public Policy,” explored the broad framing question: What does accountability mean to artificial intelligence? This question was taken up across three levels of governance—international, national, and local—to dive into the vertical and horizontal layering of defining accountability for a cross-cutting technology. The Symposium sought to facilitate a comprehensive, well-rounded reflection of AI and accountability, a multifaceted issue, by dissecting each of these policy levels.
The keynote speaker was PAI’s CEO, Rebecca Finlay.REGISTER