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Research Symposium at the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence – GPAI 2023

Theme: Advancing Responsible AI in Public-Sector Applications

Posted On: 07 DEC 2023 5:20PM by PIB Delhi

The Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI) is a multi-stakeholder initiative which aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice on AI by supporting cutting-edge research and applied activities on AI-related priorities. Launched in June 2020 with 15 members, today GPAI’s membership has expanded to 28 member countries and the European Union. As one of the founding members of GPAI in 2020, the current incoming Support Chair of GPAI, and the Lead Chair for GPAI in 2024, India is hosting the Annual GPAI Summit from December 12 – 14, 2023 here. The event is expected to be inaugurated by the Hon'ble Prime Minister on December 12, 2023.

Senior level government delegations from 29 GPAI member countries will participate in the Summit along with GPAI’s multi-stakeholder Experts’ Group, Global AI Experts, multilateral organisations, and other relevant stakeholders. As part of the Summit, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) in collaboration with the Centre for Responsible AI (CeRAI), IIT Madras is organising a Research Symposium under the theme, “Advancing Responsible AI in Public-Sector Applications”. The Symposium intends to provide a platform for Indian and International academicians and researchers to collaborate with other AI experts, present actionable research on Responsible AI in front of a global audience and enhance cross-sectoral research on responsible AI.

The Symposium has two tracks: one with invited expert speakers, and the other, conference shortlist track to ensure highest quality of generated outputs and discussions. Both tracks include distinguished scholars and practitioners from engineering and public policy fields from institutions like New York University, Oxford University, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Carnegie Mellon University and Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education & Research, Chandigarh, among others.

The call for papers for the shortlist track was issued on July 24, 2023. An overwhelming number of submissions from over 36 countries on various topics such as Responsible AI principles, Algorithmic Accountability, and Explainability, Responsible AI Assessments etc., were received. After a rigorous review process, with support from an eminent committee comprising members from academia, industry and government, 11 submissions have been selected.

The final selection of 15 submissions (4 from invited expert speakers and 11 from the conference shortlist track) engages a wide range of topics from authors based in over 11 countries including India, United States of America, France, Australia, Norway, United Kingdom, Finland, Kenya, Ireland, Belgium, Germany: 

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Arun Sundarajan

Economic Models of Intellectual Property Governance for Generative AI


Ramayya Krishnan, Prasanna Parasurama, Joao Sedoc, Arun Sundararajan

​​Generative AI Governance: Technological Monoculture,

Market Structure and the Risk of Correlated Failures


Shyam Sundaram

Data Empowerment and Protection Architecture (DEPA) for Training ML Models


Gisele Waters, Cari Miller


Raising the Standard in AI Procurement: Global Opportunity and Challenges


Lea Gimpel, Keegan McBride

Initial insights and policy recommendations derived from a case study of AI in the healthcare sector in Rwanda


Harsh Lailer, SrijaGadamsetti, Aseem Saxena, AgrimaLailer

3rd party auditing for AI systems


Jesse Riddell, Aurelie Jacquet, Karen Batt

Supporting AI at Scale in the APEC Region Through International Standards


Lisa Feriol, Anthéa Serafin, Bertrand Monthubert

French strategy and existing initiatives for responsible AI in the public sector


Adarsh Srivastava, Gokul Gawande, Roberto Zicari, HimanshiAllahabadi, Divya Dwivedi

Assessing the Trustworthiness of the use of Generative AI for higher Education


SaikatDatta, Mercy Mutemi, Anand Venkatanaryanan, Shachi Solanki

Regional inequities in extraction and flow of resources that support and power the design, development and access to AI: Experiences from India and Kenya


Abhishek Raj, Harsh Singh, Anshul Pachouri

Harnessing the potential of AI for Indian agriculture: Leveraging “Bhashini” as a tool for deploying responsible AI and increasing the uptake of AI applications among farmers


Aditya Mohan, Karthik Satishkumar

Risk Assessment Methodology for AI Regulation and Navigating Liability Determination in AI-Driven World


Jens Meijen, Niharika Gujela

Empowering citizens through responsible AI governance: policy recommendations for public algorithm registers


Tarunima Prabhakar, Cheshta Arora, Arnav Arora

Developing Community-Led AI: Notes from The Trenches


Mona Duggal, Anshul Chauhan, Ankita Kankaria, Vishali Gupta, Anna Roy, Priyanka Verma, Vaibhav Miglani, DeepmalaBudhija, PreetiSyal, Luke Vale

Responsible Adoption of Cloud-Based Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: A Validation Case Study of Multiple Artificial Intelligence Algorithms for Diabetic Retinopathy Screening in Public Health Settings

These exceptional authors will deliver insightful presentations at the GPAI Summit 2023 on December 12. The Symposium will conclude with the release of ‘Book of Extended Abstracts’.



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