DAY 2 – WEDNESDAY, 29 MAY 2019

The heart of the Summit takes place in the action-oriented breakthrough sessions designed to generate ‘AI for Good’ projects

09:00 – 10:30 – Breakthrough Sessions

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

BT2: Good Health and Well Being

Room 1, Level 1, CICG

BT3: Al, Human Dignity & Inclusive Societies

Room 5+6, Level 3, CICG

BT4: Scaling AI for Good

Room 4, Level 0, CICG

BT5: AI for Space

Room 3, Level 0, CICG

10:30 – 11:00 – Coffee Break & Demo Stage

11:00 – 12:30 – Breakthrough Sessions (continuation)

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

BT2: Good Health and Well Being

Room 1, Level 1, CICG

BT3: AI, Human Dignity & Inclusive Societies

Room 5+6, Level 3, CICG

BT4: Scaling AI for Good

Room 4, Level 0, CICG

BT5: AI for Space

Room 3, Level 0, CICG

12:30 – 14:00 – AI for Good UN Partners meeting, Lunch & Demo Stage

AI for Good UN Partners meeting

*Invitation only

“Telecom Area” Level -1, CICG

14:00 – 15:30 – Breakthrough Sessions (continuation)

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

BT2: Good Health and Well Being

Room 1, Level 1, CICG

BT3: AI, Human Dignity & Inclusive Societies

Room 5+6, Level 3, CICG

BT4: Scaling AI for Good

Room 4, Level 0, CICG

BT5: AI for Space

Room 3, Level 0, CICG

15:30 – 16:00 – Coffee Break & Demo Stage

16:00 – 17:30 – Breakthrough Sessions (continuation)

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

BT2: Good Health and Well Being

Room 1, Level 1, CICG

BT3: AI, Human Dignity & Inclusive Societies

Room 5+6, Level 3, CICG

BT4: Scaling AI for Good

Room 4, Level 0, CICG

BT5: AI for Space

Room 3, Level 0, CICG

18:30 – 20:00 – Performances: AI pushing the limits of Artistic intelligence

Palais des Nations, Room XX (Salle des droits de l’homme), E Building, 3rd Floor – Door 40

Artists around the world have taken up the topic of Artificial Intelligence to explore and reflect our very own identity in the face of the coming change. As part ofthe AI for Good Global Summit 2019, the cultural event AI pushing the limits of Artistic intelligence will present leading international artists working at the intersection of performance arts and AI.

Moderated by LJ Rich, Inventor, BBC Click Presenter, the evening explores how man and machine could come together to augment the boundaries of human creativity and genius.

Performers:

  • Reeps One, Award-winning vocal and visual artist
  • Christian “Mio” Loclair, Creative director at Waltz Binaire, new media artist, computer scientist and choreographer
  • Robozee, Dance performer

The event is free but space is limited. All attendees are kindly requested to register here

20:00 – VIP evening reception

VIP evening reception

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BT1: AI Education and Learning

Session 1 : State of Play. What is working and what do we know today?

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

  • What is AI? How is Machine Learning different? What is the current state of AI technology? What lies ahead?
  • Lessons from deploying the AI Family Challenge with 7500 children and parents across 13 countries
  • Lessons from implementing the world’s largest robotics program – FIRST Robotics
  • The Arduino movement
  • What is the impact of screen time on children?
  • What is the impact of AI-based technologies and games on children’s brains and mental health?

Chair:

  • Tara Chklovski, Founder and CEO of Iridescent

Speakers:

  • Jim Stolze, Co-founder of Aigency
  • *Lila Tretikov, CEO, Rackspace Board Advisor, Crunchbase, Former Executive Director of Wikimedia Foundation
  • *Francois Grey, Professor & Director of Digital Strategy, University of Geneva
  • Massimo Banzi, CO-Founder at Arduino

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Session 1 : State of Play. What is working and what do we know today?

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

  • What is AI? How is Machine Learning different? What is the current state of AI technology? What lies ahead?
  • Lessons from deploying the AI Family Challenge with 7500 children and parents across 13 countries
  • Lessons from implementing the world’s largest robotics program – FIRST Robotics
  • The Arduino movement
  • What is the impact of screen time on children?
  • What is the impact of AI-based technologies and games on children’s brains and mental health?

Chair:

​​Tara Chklovski, Founder & CEO, Iridescent

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

Speakers:

Jim Stolze, Co-founder of Aigency

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

*Lila Tretikov, CEO, Rackspace Board Advisor, Crunchbase, Former Executive Director of Wikimedia Foundation

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

*Francois Grey, Professor & Director of Digital Strategy, University of Geneva

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

Massimo Banzi, CO-Founder at Arduino

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

BT1: AI Education and Learning

Session 1 : State of Play. What is working and what do we know today?

Room 2, Level 0, CICG

  • What is AI? How is Machine Learning different? What is the current state of AI technology? What lies ahead?
  • Lessons from deploying the AI Family Challenge with 7500 children and parents across 13 countries
  • Lessons from implementing the world’s largest robotics program – FIRST Robotics
  • The Arduino movement
  • What is the impact of screen time on children?
  • What is the impact of AI-based technologies and games on children’s brains and mental health?

Chair:

​​Tara Chklovski, Founder & CEO, Iridescent

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

Speakers:

Jim Stolze, Co-founder of Aigency

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

*Lila Tretikov, CEO, Rackspace Board Advisor, Crunchbase, Former Executive Director of Wikimedia Foundation

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

*Francois Grey, Professor & Director of Digital Strategy, University of Geneva

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

Massimo Banzi, CO-Founder at Arduino

Website – LinkedIn – Twitter

BT3: AI, Human Dignity & Inclusive Societies

Segment I: Good Digital Identity

Room 5+6, Level 3, CICG

Building on SDG 16 (Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels), this segment will explore essential elements of a user-centric model for digital identity, that protects human rights and dignity, while enabling individuals to reap the social and economic benefits of AI across a variety of domains including social services, financial inclusion (SDG Target 8.10), public health (SDG 3), humanitarian aid, and access to secure digital infrastructure ( SDG Target 9.C)

Chair:

Eileen Donahoe, Executive Director, Global Digital Policy Incubator at Stanford University

Segment Lead:

Manju George, Head of Platform Services, Digital Economy & Society, WEF

Speakers:

Francesca Rossi, IBM AI Ethics Global Leader

Matthias Scheutz, Profesgnitive and computer science, Director of the Human-Robot Interaction Laboratory, Tufts University

Frits Bussemaker, Chair, Institute for Accountability and Internet Democracy (IAID)

Kathy Baxter, Architect, Ethical AI Practice, Salesforce

Marc Warner, CEO, Faculty

John Gibson, Director of Data Science, Faculty

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