OISTE.ORG Foundation, in a decisive move towards safeguarding individual rights within the digital realm, presented a comprehensive critique and strategic approach to current AI structures at the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC).
The foundation’s critical analysis emphasized the urgent need for a decentralized approach to AI, advocating for systems that align with local legislations and prioritize the protection of individual freedoms and self-sovereignty in cyberspace.
As global reliance on artificial intelligence increases, OISTE Foundation highlights the dangers posed by the concentration of AI technological control in the hands of a select few tech giants. These entities, often more focused on unchecked progression, overlook the critical aspect of individual data protection, leading to a landscape where advancements in AI are viewed as an unregulated step in evolution.
The intervention by OISTE Foundation underscores the necessity for multiple, diversified AI systems, particularly those that respect and adhere to national laws and future international norms. The foundation brought attention to several pivotal reasons, emphasizing ethical considerations, bias mitigation, societal implications, and the diversity inherent in legal systems worldwide. Key points included:
Bias Mitigation through Diverse Data Sets: Advocating for AI development initiatives that reflect unique local cultural and demographic characteristics, thereby preventing a majority bias that arises from global or non-specific data sets.
Legal and Ethical Compliance across Borders: Highlighting the disparity in data privacy, human rights, and digital security laws across different countries and regions, pushing for AI systems compliant with these varied legal frameworks.
Societal and Cultural Sensitivity: Stressing the importance of culturally relevant algorithms and systems capable of understanding and interacting in various native languages and dialects, enhancing user experience and utility.
Prevention of Monopolization and Ensuring Accountability: Discussing the risks of power concentration in large entities and the need for local AI systems scrutinized by regional authorities to ensure greater accountability and transparency.
Enhanced Security and Resilience: Proposing targeted security measures in AI systems to combat regional cyber threats and advocating for a decentralized approach to prevent systemic failures or extensive impacts from cyber-attacks. www.oiste.org
An important milestone has been made. Suggestion of OISTE Secretary-General, Carlos Moreira, for the establishment of a digital identity own by the user has been mentioned in the manifest of the Global Dialogue on AI during the closing remarks at the UN.
“Today we created with #AI a piece of art at the @UNGeneva during the #GlobalDialogueAI event organized by #UNAOC & Foundation #Onuart. It used an AI algorithms to create an #NFT that was minted in the WISe.ART NFT platform. It was very symbolic act as the AI ART was done at the Human Rights and Alliance of Civilizations Room, Room XX in the Palace of Nations world known due the ceiling sculpture by Spanish artist Miquel Barceló. The results of the art generated by AI is available at WISe.ART,” said Carlos Moreira, Founder and Secretary General of OISTE.ORG.
The NFT reflects a lyrical performance by the renowned Tenor Jonas Kaufmann recently appointed ambassador to the UN Alliance of Civilizations, starred in the One Humanity concert, accompanied by pianist Helmut Deutsch.</p> <p>As part of the event the Foundation Onuart organized the first global dialogue on the relationship between Human Intelligence and AI for a better management of public affairs, paving the way for new initiatives in the private sector in favor of a positive global development driven by innovation and inclusiveness. AI in the service of humanity can drive diversity, respect, and progress for all through innovation. Moving forward under a strong public-private partnership is essential to this end. The meeting will serve to deepen, manifest, and visualize this partnership. Its mission is to enhance the value of art as a catalyst for dialogue. Through art, the Foundation stimulates debate at the highest level to inspire tolerance and understanding between Nations and cultures within all international organizations, seeking to achieve a more creative and less conventional approximation to each negotiation and each debate.
The OISTE Foundation strives to influence the decision-making processes that shape the digital ecosystem where human beings evolve with the following ethical chart:
The signing ceremony
of anti-illicit trade declaration.
Representatives from OISTE Foundation, Sucafina, PMI International, WISeKey SA and Zermatt Summit Foundation during the signing ceremony of anti-illicit trade declaration.
Despite considerable efforts of globalization governments and actors from the private sector, illicit trade remains prevalent and continues to pose a significant threat to the global economy.
OISTE discussion about AI ethics at the Vatican Summit
#fullysynchronized with the same prayer
Pope Francis said in Laudato si’. The fact is that “contemporary man has not been trained to use power well”, because our immense technological development has not been accompanied by a development in human responsibility, values and conscience.
In #transhumancode Are we building a better future for humanity with the help of magnificent technology or are we instead building a better future of better technology at the expense of humanity?” We must learn to put humanity first instead of getting caught up in the promise of technological advancement. Humans have been able to adapt, morph, and compromise in every situation we have faced over the centuries and have been able to maintain dominance. We must approach the promises of technology with the same adaptability so we can ensure humanity continues to thrive.
— Deb Donig, PhD
Assistant Professor of English Literature
Cal Poly, SLO
Ethical Tech California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly)
The TransHuman Code: Carlos Moreira imagines a human-centered technological future.
In this episode of the podcast, I speak with Carlos Moreira, the CEO of WISeKey. We discuss the possibilities for building a human-centered technological future today—and the consequences if we do not. What does a human-centered model for technological production look like? How can we build human rights into our tech? And what needs to change to return human values to tech?
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