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Politics and Policies of AI, Big Data and Algorithmic Governance

European Union
Governance
Public Policy
Knowledge
Global
Comparative Perspective
Technology
Big Data
P301
Inga Ulnicane
De Montfort University
Tero Erkkilä
University of Helsinki
Inga Ulnicane
De Montfort University

Monday 11:00 - 12:45 (24/08/2020)


Abstract

In recent years the fast development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning have presented not only major economic opportunities but also raised significant concerns about their impact on the future of democracy and welfare state. These developments raise fundamental political and policy questions such as distribution of power and resources within countries and across different parts of the world, the influence of big tech companies and the role of the national governments, international organizations and civil society. Against this backdrop, this panel addresses politics and policies of AI, Big Data and algorithms. Scientific and practical questions to be addressed include: What is the role of politics, policies and governance in shaping development and use of AI, Big Data and algorithms? What is the balance of power between big tech, national governments, international organizations and civil society? What are national and regional differences in politics and policies of AI, Big Data and algorithms? We welcome papers that analyse discourses and narratives on AI and Big Data as well as analysis on institutional practices emerging and transforming as a result of algorithmic governance. Contrasting the expectations and realities of AI and algorithmic governance, the panel welcomes papers concerning the politics and regulation of AI, Big Data and algorithms and related issues of trust and accountability. Diverse theoretical and methodological approaches, empirical cases and interdisciplinary perspectives in addressing this complex topic are encouraged.

Title Details
(Un)evenly Distributed Futures? Concerns for Absolute Versus Relative Gains in the Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the European Union, the United States, and China View Paper Details
Algorithmic Transparency as a Challenge and Opportunity for Governance: The Case of the National Government of Finland View Paper Details
Artificial (In)Security and the EU: The Politics of AI, Technoscience, and Buzzwords View Paper Details
We are So Late as Always, but Not That Much: Fabrication of Underpinning Discourse in the Case of AI Governance in South Korea View Paper Details
EU-Global Interactions in AI Policies and Politics View Paper Details