Human Rights and Ethics interfaces in AI Systems

Current models of data governance tend to concentrate access to data in the hands of a few large technology companies—excluding citizens from sharing in their value. Recent scandals also suggest it is becoming harder to know what, who, and if we can trust what is on the internet, much of which is curated by artificial intelligence systems.

New approaches to data governance are necessary to ensure the development of human-centric data governance frameworks that promote digital inclusion and empower individuals to share in the benefits of data and artificial intelligence. This panel will explore the conditions under which new data governance tools, such as data trusts, can provide individuals with more control over their personal data.