Skip to content

Policy Dialogue

Artificial Intelligence and Democracy: Challenges and Avenues of Amalgamation

Add to calendar 2023-05-22 13:30 2023-05-23 18:00 Europe/Rome Artificial Intelligence and Democracy: Challenges and Avenues of Amalgamation Sala del Capitolo Badia Fiesolana YYYY-MM-DD


Mon 22 May 2023 13.30 - 18.00

Tue 23 May 2023 08.30 - 18.00


Sala del Capitolo

Badia Fiesolana

The Policy Dialogue will address key societal and democratic challenges and opportunities posed by the recent evolution of artificial intelligence.

The rapid expansion of artificial intelligence (AI) and its impact in the society is a vital topic for how world democracies will be shaped in the years to come. In this respect, the Policy Dialogue will discuss the essential features shaping the future of AI and democracy by addressing crucial questions: what is the connection (if any) between artificial intelligence and democracy? Is artificial intelligence a challenge for democracy? How could we transform artificial intelligence as a useful and viable tool that enhances the creation of democratic structures around the globe?

The event will take place in the context of the Chair in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Democracy, established by the EUI School of Transnational Governance, the Spanish Secretary of State for Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence, and the Institute of Democratic Governance. The project aims at conducting research, transfer knowledge, dissemination, teaching and innovation activities on matters related to AI and democracy.

This Policy Dialogue will provide a platform for representatives from academia, policymakers, officials and members of civil society to openly exchange views concerning the priorities of the STG Chair in Artificial Intelligence and Democracy within a transnational context, and it follows the Policy Dialogue "The Democratic Challenges of Artificial Intelligence" hosted in June 2022 at the EUI.

Attendance at this event is by invitation only and all deliberations will take place under the Chatham House rule (no views or positions may be attributed publicly to any participant).

Following the recommendations that result from this discussion, a policy brief is planned to be published by the organisers as as part of their public mission.

Go back to top of the page