AI for Social Good
International Cooperation on AI
Policy and Governance

We have experts from all over the world

Dr Jérôme Duberry

Senior Researcher, University of Geneva
Lecturer, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

Ivana Bartoletti

Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI NetworkVisiting Policy Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

Nero Ughwajabo

Former Special Advisor To UK Prime Minister Theresa May


Nishtha Satyam

Deputy Country Representative, UN Women India, Bhutan, Maldives & Sri Lanka
Youngest Country Representative to represent UN Women

ABOUT US

AI Policy Labs is a global public policy thinktank, a joint initiative of Global Policy Insights and AIDC dedicated to exploring the role of Artificial Intelligence and Emerging technologies in addressing global challenges taking into account the challenges posed by technology.

Based in London, our mission is to inform and shape the discussion of AI & Emerging Technologies in all areas and explore efficient utilisation for Social Good. Through our work, we aim to provide thought leadership, create tools and resources to bring about social change engaging with partners across sectors and countries for highest impact.

Key Highlights

  • ” The Commonwealth has always been a pioneer of innovation and connection and this
    inherent quality of the Commonwealth makes communication technology the crucial
    infrastructure which sanctions and allows the organisation’s networks to function.”

    Rt Hon Patricia Scotland

    Secretary General, The Commonwealth
  • “How does one get the academia, researchers and the private sector to work much more closely in partnership with governments to make AI transitions happen is the key question.”

    Ambassador Nikhil Seth

    Assistant Secretary General United Nations | Executive Director UNITAR
  • “AI is a ticket to sustainable development.”

    Hon Mohamed Maleeh Jamal

    Minister Of Communication, Science And Technology, Maldives
  • “AI is more of a societal challenge, it can be so disruptive and invasive if not used right. It’s a double-edged sword.”

    Hon Kyriacos Kokkinos

    Deputy Minister To The President, Research, Innovation And Digital Policy, Cyprus
  • “With its ability to mirror human intelligence, AI can be a source for decision making.”

    Hon Brigadier Mark Philips

    Prime Minister of Guyana

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