H.P. Omar Sultan Al Ulamas, State Minister for Artificial Intelligence, Director of the World Government of the World, highlighted the need for a concerted international effort to achieve an optimal investment in artificial intelligence that is becoming more and more dynamic and faster.
During the World Summit of Governments in 2019, at the level of leaders of international organizations participating in the Global Forum for the Management of Artificial Intelligence in its fourth annual edition, no country can itself activate its capabilities and prepare itself for your challenges. Which is already recognized by the UAE.
He pointed out that the only future path to the success of artificial intelligence applications is to involve all who are involved in this future, namely 7 billion people to be partners in this human journey, and that collective action is stronger than the individual, urging everyone to coordinate their efforts and work for a better future where artificial intelligence is capable of global development,
"We are preparing for the radical transformations that artificial intelligence will make in our world, and all economic sectors, services, business mechanisms, individuals and the different aspects of our daily lives will be affected by this rapid and rapid change despite the uneven levels of research and development development and variations in the application of artificial intelligence applications in the world, the Government's Response to Artificial Intelligence with its Opportunities and Challenges.
Konstantin Karakalios, Managing Director of IEEE, said that the World Summit of Governments Global Forum for the Management of Artificial Intelligence provided an opportunity for mutual cooperation and exchange of ideas and experience to develop well-considered frameworks aimed at enhancing transparency and ethical responsibility for the use of artificial intelligence for the future. Restore digital identity so that it is not a slave to technology, underlining the need to create a framework for managing and carefully protecting the rights of technology users, especially children.
For his part, Moez Shakshouk, a UNESCO World Commission on Ethics of Science and Technology (COMEST), said the committee's role is to support and empower experts from around the world to develop methodologies to guide decision-makers in the technological and scientific sectors. To serve as an ethical reference that respects human dignity, freedom and rights.
He stressed that there is no single instrument able to cope with the broad prospects for the future of artificial intelligence. The success of the Global Dialogue for the Management of Artificial Intelligence at the summit contributes to the future development of human capabilities by empowering and informing individuals. global.
Anne Carnelen, a representative of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), referred to the organization's main activities so far to develop the basic principles of artificial intelligence policy, stressing that the FAO Task Force mission has developed principles that foster trust and encourage the acceptance of artificial intelligence. Efforts to Develop an Artificial Intelligence Policy and Present the Results of its Work to Manage the Organization in May 2019
In turn, the representative of the UN Secretary-General's High Level Digital Assistance Agency, Amandi Singh, said that the world today needs three pillars of the core work in the field of digital transformation, namely ethics and the assessment of opportunities and awareness of human rights priorities by pointing out that the Digital Transformation Commission has developed a set of recommendations In order to promote integration, awareness-raising, evaluation and action on principles, governance and ruthlessness.
Using data, ensuring good governance of digital transformation, supporting the achievement of sustainable development goals set by the UN, and establishing core ethical standards that will be the most important element for the success of artificial intelligence in the future.
"Creating a global AI database contributes to achieving sustainable development goals," said Jonathan Watts of the Mackenzie Foundation. There is a great global enthusiasm for this trend. More than 90% of the countries, institutions and governments that have asked this question have supported this project, but we have to agree. For the World Bank's best management of data for artificial intelligence that will improve our future capabilities and teach us the experience until we reach a formula that uses it to serve the human being.
The Summit discussed the current state of artificial intelligence and the practical steps needed in the near future to create an integrated global governance framework for this revolutionary technology that will outperform all expectations and perceptions in future applications.
The participants were acquainted with the general findings and strategic recommendations of the various initiatives and sessions of the Global Forum for the Management of Artificial Intelligence that took place during the previous days of the World Summit and on the eve of its launch, in particular the International Ethics Programming Meetings in cooperation with UNESCO and IEEE.
The participants were informed about the level of societal change in the world and the need for global governance for this change. Participants then review the next steps needed to develop standards that will ensure the personal integrity of individuals and will lead the desired goals of technology to improve human life and community development.
The participants listened to the practical reasons for creating an international database that will form a global intelligence bank to exploit the development of different economic sectors, to achieve human development and enable communities. The UAE was a key supporter of this initiative of the Global Forum of the Government of Artificial Intelligence this year.
The views of artificial intelligence experts on New Artificial Intelligence Testing Systems, ways to improve the exchange of information and data in relation to the protection of people's privacy and respect for the sovereignty of States, the establishment of stable digital identities, which enhance trust in artificial intelligence applications, Strengthen government services that benefit from its applications.
Participants came to the conclusion that it is necessary to prepare and train academics and professionals to cope with changes in labor market requirements and to explore promising new career paths and opportunities in the field of artificial intelligence that integrate human efforts with machine intelligence and enable people and institutions to adapt to new transformations and explore greater opportunities.