The AI for Good Global Summit Organizer a Webinar on
WEBINAR ON AI TO PREVENT MODERN SLAVERY, HUMAN TRAFFICKING AND FORCED AND CHILD LABOUR
The AI for Good Global Summit Organizer a Webinar on AI to Prevent Modern Slavery, Human Trafficking and Forced and Child Labour. The Global Summit is the United Nations platform on AI, organized in collaboration with the ITU with XPRIZE Foundation, in partnership with UN Sister Agencies, Switzerland and ACM.
Date: 24th February 2021
Time: 16:00- 17:30 (CET Geneva)
With Target 8.7 of the Sustainable Development Goals, all UN Member States committed to take “immediate and effective measures to eradicate forced labour, end modern slavery and human trafficking and secure the prohibition and elimination of the worst forms of child labour, including recruitment and use of child soldiers, and by 2025 end child labour in all its forms.”
Understanding what those “effective measures” might be through application of technology’s most innovative tools is the challenge taken up by Code 8.7. Code 8.7 fosters collaboration between artificial intelligence (AI), computational science and anti-slavery leaders in the fight against forced labour, modern slavery, human trafficking and child labour. Learn more about Code 8.7 here.
This panel will bring together members of the Code 8.7 Organizing Committee to discuss promising research avenues within AI and Computational Science as well as some specific cases in which application of these technologies are supporting SDG Target 8.7.
Code 8.7 is also opening membership to organizations who commit to the principles of this project and wish to develop collaborations with other members to apply AI, tech and computational science to the collection of data and identification of effective measures to achieve SDG Target 8.7. Outputs of these collaborations may be featured on the Delta 8.7 knowledge platform to support researchers and policy actors seeking to engage with the evidence base in their work.
Speakers, Panelists and Moderators
Alice Eckstein - United Nations University, Centre for Policy Research
Nadya T. Bliss - Arizona State University
Doreen Boyd - University of Nottingham
James Goulding - University of Nottingham
Anjali Mazumder - The Alan Turting Institute
Source: Francesca Foffano