The aim of the 3 parallel working groups is to mobilize participating stakeholders around the three pillars of the European AI Strategy:
1. Ethics of AI
2. Socio-economic impact of AI
3. Industrial competitiveness of AI, with a focus on AI for the benefit of humankind
The goal is to dive deeper into these specific pillars and come up with concrete recommendations or strategies. Participants are encouraged to openly share their ideas, opportunities, concerns and possible solutions.
Each group will have the opportunity to present the outcomes to the attendees of the Summit and a number of high level policy makers during the afternoon Plenary Session.
WORKING GROUP I: ETHICS OF AI
How to achieve responsible innovation and use of artificial intelligence
This working group will explore the possible ways to achieve responsible innovation, deployment and use of AI. How can challenges such as ethics, bias, safety, cyber-security, privacy, transparency and accountability of AI systems be addressed?
WORKING GROUP II: SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT OF AI
AI & labour, education and life-long learning
This working group will explore possible labour market and workplace strategies to ensure AI is implemented in a way that it augments humans rather than replaces them. It will also explore life- long learning strategies and how we can educate our children for a world with AI.
WORKING GROUP III: INDUSTRIAL COMPETITIVENESS IN AI
AI for the Benefit of Humankind
This Working Group will explore the opportunities of using AI to solve major societal challenges such as healthcare, climate change, disaster relief, poverty, inequality, etc. The aim is to untap (hidden) opportunities of AI and bring people together that normally would not find each other.