UNESCO’s Recommendation on Ethics of AI
On 3 May 2022, UNESCO organized a high-level plenary session about “Addressing the Digital Challenges to Freedom of Expression through the Recommendation on the Ethics of AI”.
The plenary was moderated by Natalia Zuazo, Consultant of the Communication and Information Sector for UNESCO Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean. Zuazo established the complementarities between the Windhoek+30 Declaration and the Recommendation on the Ethics of AI, two instruments that facilitate the interaction between the communities of practice. “These tools share common grounds in promoting transparency, accountability, and more open processes for multi-stakeholder decision-making, while developing capacity building at different levels”, she said.