Natalia Zuazo: Analysis, policies and regulation of artificial intelligence

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Since 2018, Natalia Zuazo has been working on the analysis, research and formulation of public policies in relation to artificial intelligence, with a focus on development, regulation and human rights.

Within this framework, she has been a consultant for projects related to the subject, managed capacity building activities for officials and professionals from different sectors (justice, education, communication, politics), coordinated cooperation projects in artificial intelligence governance, participated in the writing ethical principles and human rights in artificial intelligence, and has given dozens of conferences on the subject.

This experience is complemented by his solid previous experience in Internet governance, personal data, privacy, security and impact strategies for global audiences.


Here is a review of those activities, updated with the latest to date:

Member of UNESCO Open Space for Artificial Intelligence. From 2020.

From 2021 to 2023, in coordination with the Digital Policies and Digital Transformation Section of UNESCO Paris, Zuazo contributed advice from Latin America for the following activities of the global MOOC Artificial Intelligence and Rule of Law (UNESCO and National Judicial College):


He also contributed to the Latin American component of a series of seminars on cutting-edge issues in justice and AI (UNESCO):

“The New Frontier: Intellectual Property in the Age of Generative AI”:

“The Admissibility Challenge: AI-Generated Evidence”:

“The use of virtual reality and augmented reality in the courtroom”:


In May 2023, together with the Argentine Public Defender’s Office and the Teacher Training Institute of the Argentine Ministry of Education, he gave the conference “Challenges of artificial intelligence in schools”


In November 2022, she was invited to Granada, Spain, to the world congress “Talking about artificial intelligence”, where she gave the keynote address “Platforms and moderation. Between innovation and regulation”:


In September 2022, she coordinated the launch of the Regional Seminar “Technology, Journalism and Artificial Intelligence” (SIP – UNESCO), of which she was the academic coordinator and speaker:



In May 2022, she was the moderator of the panel “Addressing digital challenges for freedom of expression through the UNESCO Recommendation on the Ethics of AI”, within the framework of World Press Freedom Day, Uruguay, 2022 With: Gabriela Ramos, UNESCO; Rumman Chowdhury, Berkman Klein Center, Harvard; Fabrizio Scrollini, ILDA; Alfonso Peralta Gutiérrez, Judge specialized in technological law; Rodica Ciochina, European Commission.


During 2021 and 2022, he worked on the coordination of the launch of the communication and information component of the Regional Artificial Intelligence Observatory with the Inter-American Development Bank: 


In 2018, in his book Los dueños de internet (Debate), you can read the chapter dedicated to the subject: “The data monopoly: How to dominate society from an algorithm?”:



In addition, Zuazo provided a number of interviews and reports on the subject of artificial intelligence:

“What they don´t tell yoy about AI” (C5N, 2023):


“The union that is trained in artificial intelligence will be ahead of the rest” (Bad Words Magazine, 2023):


Artificial Intelligence and the work of the future: “You have to make decisions because otherwise the market makes them” (Pulso Noticias, 2023):

“ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence race and inequality” (El Hilo Podcast, 2023):


Artificial intelligence: Tools and conspiracy theories (Futurock, 2023):


ChatGPT: what is the impact of this ‘revolutionary’ technology on jobs in Latin America? (The Republic, Peru, 2023):


About Chat GPT and the challenges of artificial intelligence (Radio 10, 2023):


Artificial intelligence: how can States and international organizations regulate its progress?:



To contact Natalia Zuazo, click here.

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