Given the increasing impact of AI on human lives, policymakers are asking an important question: How to ensure that AI systems currently deployed are effectively compliant with existing regulation?
04 May 2021
This post considers the feasibility of ensuring that a society’s core values are operationalized in a government’s use of AI; it does so through the lens of an especially challenging value: fairness.
19 April 2021
As New Zealand is a small, forward-looking tech-savvy country, it feels natural for its government to look for initiatives in the area of AI regulation
22 March 2021
How should government and society come together to address the challenge of regulating artificial intelligence?
19 March 2021
The AI Forum of New Zealand today came out in support of the government taking digital understanding to the next level with the announcement of the new Digital Council.
28 February 2020
A report from the AI and Law in New Zealand Project.
The AI Forum’s 2018 report, Artificial Intelligence: Shaping a Future New Zealand, suggested that adoption of AI in New Zealand Government is currently ‘disconnected and sparsely deployed.’
12 June 2019
In the Christchurch Call summit, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has achieved a milestone consensus between countries and tech companies.
23 May 2019
16 April 2019
Aotearoa New Zealand Campaign to Stop Killer Robots The AI Forum is supportive of the call for an international ban on Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems (LAWS). Below are the details of public events with Mary Wareham, Advocacy Director of Human Rights Watch’s Arms Division and Global Coordinator of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots, in … Continue reading "Humanitarian Disarmament: Banning Killer Robots, events with Mary Wareham"