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Ethics guidelines for trustworthy AI

On 8 April 2019, the High-Level Expert Group on AI presented Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence. This followed the publication of the guidelines' first draft in December 2018 on which more than 500 comments were received through an open consultation.

The Future is Now

The Future is Now: Science for Achieving Sustainable Development, is the first Global Sustainable Development Report prepared by the Independent Group of Scientists appointed by the United Nations Secretary-General.

Smart Cities and Digital Equity

In this White Paper – “Why Smart Communities Need Digital Inclusion”, NDIA reviews what the term smart communities entail and how local government leaders are cementing divides if they fail to include strategies for digital inclusion and digital equity in their smart community plans.

Youth and Artificial Intelligence

Youth and Artificial Intelligence: Where We Stand by members of the Youth and Media team at Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, highlights some of the team’s initial learnings and exploratory questions around the ways young people (ages 12-18) may interact with and be impacted by AI technologies.

The Digital Inclusion Coalition Guidebook

This Guidebook, developed by the National Digital Inclusion Alliance with support from Media Democracy, reflects lessons learned from six established community-wide digital inclusion coalitions.

Towards Canada’s 2030 Agenda

The Government of Canada has released its national strategy 'Towards Canada’s 2030 Agenda', outlining the Government’s approach to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The strategy proposes 30 concrete federal actions to advance the SDGs in Canada.

Mozilla’s 2019 Internet Health Report

Mozilla's third annual examination of the internet, its impact on society and how it influences our everyday lives. Growing movements to protect digital privacy, build more responsible artificial intelligence, and rein in the power of the eight big tech companies were cited as the most positive developments for a healthier internet, while pervasive AI bias, biometrics abuse, and increased government censorship are named the most disturbing trends according to 2019 Internet Health Report.

Artificial Intelligence and Human Rights

This report explores the human rights impacts of ar- tificial intelligence (“AI”) technologies. It highlights the risks that AI, algorithms, machine learning, and related technologies may pose to human rights, while also recognizing the opportunities these tech- nologies present to enhance the enjoyment of the rights enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (“UDHR”).

Digital Literacy in a Digital Age

This is the first discussion paper of the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship research series aiming to help policymakers and other stakeholders understand the growing need for digital literacy in Canada’s workforce. It sets out our initial thinking on the need for digital knowledge and skills, what digital literacy comprises, and a framework for understanding digital skills.

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