Mila Québec and UNESCO have united and are calling upon academics and scholars, the civil society, artists and experts in the AI field to submit a research proposal.
The goal? To expose AI developments and its challenges.
To begin, one question remains: “WHAT ARE THE BLIND SPOTS ON WHICH WE MUST SHED LIGHT IN ORDER FOR AI TO BENEFIT ALL?”
You have until May 2, 2021 to submit your proposal.
“This collective work will offer a pluralistic, informed and critical approach to the blind spots in the AI lifecycle to feed public debates and the development of norms in this field,” highlighted Professor Régis. “The views of many actors with varied disciplinary and professional backgrounds will intersect to amplify the scope and relevance of the knowledge produced, which is an essential condition for a 360-degree conception of responsible AI.”