Throughout the beginning of January we look forward to sharing details on the wide variety of inspiring keynotes and international guest speakers to be featured at the second Digital Arts Services Symposium from March 15-20, 2019. For full conference details, please check for ongoing updates at DigitalASO.ca.
On March 18, the first day of the main conference will feature Valentine Goddard sharing options and inspirational stories for the arts and culture industry to foster policy innovations in the ethics and governance of artificial intelligence for social good.
Valentine Goddard is a recognized expert on the ethical and social implications of artificial intelligence (AI). She founded the AI on a Social Mission Conference, an event designed to facilitate a cross sectoral and multidisciplinary dialogue on the ethical and social implications of AI. She is also the founder of Artificial Intelligence Impact Alliance (AIIA), a non-profit aimed at empowering civil society organizations with machine learning as well as driving policy towards an ethical and sustainable implementation of AI.
As a lawyer and certified mediator, she has practiced refugee, labour, social and administrative law in addition to lobbying for a better access to justice. She has taught comparative law in Japan as well as initiated and funded cultural mediation projects aimed at human rights education. In short, human dignity is at the heart of her multidisciplinary approach to nurturing the development of AI for Social Good.