2019:Technology outreach & innovation/The Entitative Status of Artificial Intelligence in International Politics
This is a Closed submission for Wikimania 2019. It has been reviewed and was not accepted.
Description[edit | edit source]
The role of AI in the 21st century has inevitably been limited to a utility, and so like big data, internet and other related technology revolutions have been impressed with the same problems, for understanding. Investments and revenue focus on AI-oriented structures and utilities are at a sharp rise, which is not a direct tech race between prominent economies. In the scheme of economic development, it renders a causality that development as the blood of social life is fundamental to make international politics, in the economic scenario more relevant and existent. Disruptive technologies like Artificial Intelligence are approached with more of a utilitarian insight and perspective, which makes any AI-based utility limited to the scope of a tech, which can never attain the status of self-transformation. Artificial Intelligence possesses the capabilities of being self-transformative and degrees of methods such as fragmentation, strength and design implications for economic development and innovation when development is regarded elemental. From mediation to human rights, climate change and privacy implications in private international law, AI itself affects us and the tech approach with respect to the current ontology shows methods and the legal developments do not regard AI as self-transformative. The talk explores those special factions regarding AI as an Entity and its wider role in International Politics and the links that AI may possess in the human rights perspective of International Law. It also explores how we can impart understandings and approaches to make AI Ethics viable for human self-development.
Relationship to the theme[edit | edit source]
The theme addressed connotes essential interests to the SDGs 4, 5, 8, 9 and 16. The goals are connected with the elemental role of development in the age of globalization for developing economies, and taking them in reference, we need to understand the need of a transformative learning approach to imbibe and improve the consumerist culture of AI Ethics present today. The problems we have faced these days with respect to disruptive tech is about discerning how would it be useful to prevent gender/sex-based discrimination in its algorithmic policing, where such utilities like Consumer Experience (CX), Enculturation, Data Mining, Algorithmic Policing and others, have affected the ontology of an AI for consumers. It also connects with questioning and discerning as how we can impart better methods to sprout and solve concerns for better incentives of quality education, also with respect to the rise of a STEM culture, with pragmatic solutions. It affects the way our governance and judicial mechanisms work, because tech-oriented bias is recently taken in the ambit of corporate liability and accountability only by recent legal instruments by EU, China, US and other countries, leading no strategic method to cultivate the social perspective of Artificial Intelligence. The talk explores about those aspects of International Human Rights and imparting over veriest approaches to AI Ethics.
Session outcomes[edit | edit source]
At the end of the session, the following will have been achieved:
- Categorical Understanding and Approach to explore and innovate the purposive constraints to AI Ethics, Law and Education
- Solution-making Approach to AI Ethics for Consumer Experience and Algorithmic Policing
Session leader(s)[edit | edit source]
- Abhivardhan, Intrapreneur, Alexis Group.
Contacts[edit | edit source]
Session type[edit | edit source]
Each Space at Wikimania 2019 will have specific format requests. The program design prioritises submissions which are future-oriented and directly engage the audience. The format of this submission is a:
- Lightning talk
Requirements[edit | edit source]
The session will work best with these conditions:
A Lecture hall with projector and board. Lights must be there as well.
STEM, Law and Social Science Students of undergraduate to advanced level can attend the session. Even normal people can attend the session.
A single fixed-location camera, shareable on the internet, with a free-licence.