The head of the Bilgi IT Law Institute, Leyla Keser, and the Institute’s research assistant, Elif Sert, headed to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil this week to attend the Artificial Intelligence and Inclusion Symposium hosted by the Network of Centers (NoC). Istanbul Bilgi university’s IT Law Institute is one 60 participating research centers from around the world that make up the NoC.
Professor Leyla Keser moderated one of the breakout sessions on Law and Governance to discuss what legal safeguards and other governance approaches there are to ensure that AI technologies do not exacerbate existing inequalities or create new ones.
The main goals of the symposium are to create a shared vocabulary and knowledge base, identify individuals and groups with shared interests, and create collaborations between these individuals and groups to take action in research, education, and interface building.
More information on the Artificial Intelligence and Inclusion Symposium can be found here.