WAI NL Circle of June | Den Haag

WAI NL Circle of June | Den Haag

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AI in Government: Navigating the Regulatory and Ethical Landscape

Join us in the Hague for an insightful panel discussion on how government organizations are navigating the complex regulatory and ethical landscape and what we can learn from it. This event will bring together experts to share their experiences, challenges, and best practices in integrating AI into government operations while upholding core values and ensuring public trust.

Key Discussion Points:

  • Strategies for balancing AI innovation with ethical considerations in government.
  • How government organizations are dealing with the upcoming regulations, such as the impact of the EU AI Act on government AI initiatives and broader applications.
  • Best practices for ensuring social inclusion and preventing bias in AI applications.

This event is ideal for policymakers, AI practitioners, legal and ethical experts, and anyone interested in the intersection of AI, regulation, and public policy.

About the panelists

Elja Daae is the Data, AI & Algorithms Coordinator within the Digital Society Directorate at the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. She focuses on topics such as the regulation of AI, international governance of AI, and the government’s use of AI and algorithms. In addition to her work as a policy coordinator, she is chair of the Public Services working group of the NLAIC, where the emphasis is on knowledge about the use of new AI technology within government.

Ruth Koole is a Data Scientist at the National ICT Guild, specializing in ethical AI in the public sector. Her work focuses on the technical, organizational, and ethical preconditions for developing and implementing algorithms and data products. The National ICT Guild contributes to data, AI, software, and security issues for the Netherlands of tomorrow. Their specialists are deployed on a project basis for meaningful and crucial IT processes throughout the entire government.

Monika Milanović is a Legal Policy Officer at the Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations. She was part of the Dutch delegation and was closely involved in the negotiations on the EU AI Act, as well as the negotiations on the Council of Europe’s AI Convention. Before this, she was involved in developing the Dutch fundamental rights and algorithms impact assessment

 

Date And Time

27-06-2024 | 17:30 to
27-06-2024 | 19:00
 

Registration End Date

26-06-2024
 

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