The "Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence" theme was generated in the course of the United Nations Internet Governance Forum in Addis-Ababa. The participants discussed rationality of promoting AI technologies into civil society, while people do not sufficiently trust it due to the lack of any clarity and understandability of the obtained results.
The participants within the session, devoted to Privacy Risk Management in AI, mainly discussed the methodology for identifying actual, but not abstract risks.
On the 30th of November, there was the "Afro-feminist AI Governance; Challenges and Lessons" (IGF 2022 WS #439 Afro-feminist AI Governance; Challenges and Lessons) workshop held within the "Advancing technologies, including AI" thematic track as part of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF).
On November 30, within the framework of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF), a session of the Center for Global IT-Cooperation "Misty Metaverse: Blurring Letter of the Law" was held, which was dedicated to the regulation of new technologies.
On November 29, the XVII Internet Governance Forum, which is being held in Ethiopia this year, officially began its work.
On November 29, the Internet Governance Forum (IGF) in Ethiopia hosted a session organized by the Center for Global IT-Cooperation, "Fragmented Reality: New Horizons of Digital Distrust".
In Addis Ababa, on the sidelines of the 17th Internet Governance Forum (IGF), the Global Youth Summit was held – one of the traditional tracks of the IGF, which promotes dialogue between young people and all stakeholders on Internet governance issues that are a priority for young people.
The XVII UN Internet Governance Forum (IGF-2022) began its work in Addis Ababa. The main theme of this year's event, which is reflected in its motto, – "Resilient Internet" – is a sustainable Internet for a common future, capable of withstanding any difficulties in the world and continuing to connect people in all parts of the world. An Internet where everyone's opinion is taken into account.