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CascadiaPrime Cognition - AIification Policy


What does a sub-national, national and international AIification Strategy look like? What should it encompass?

Governments everywhere will be challenged by AIification and how best to realize both its benefits and to maintain social cohesion. The prescriptions will vary by circumstance and world views. There will be winners and losers and the winners must aid the losers.

Some national strategies have been effectively captured here, others will be captured within the next few weeks. Some nations and sub-national governments have AI strategies others do not. There is a classic bell curve of progress with some jurisdictions unaware and unprepared for what is to come. As always, it comes down to leadership.

This section of CascadiaPrime is under construction - a work in progress - in a fast paced world of policy implementation.

    

The Oxford Insights Government AI Readiness ranking - captures the current capacity of OECD governments to absorb - and exploit - the innovative potential of AI

  The Oxford Insights Government AI Readiness ranking
  

National AI Policy

  UK Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - well advanced
  
  US Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - Running on institutional inertia since the previous Administration
  
  Canada Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - doing many of the right things
  
  Australia Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - doing many of the right things
  
  New Zealand Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - doing many of the right things
  
   Republic of Korea Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - doing many of the right things
  
  China Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - probably the most forcefully led on the planet
  
  EU Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - diffuse
  
  France Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - doing many of the right things
  
  Sweden Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - well positioned culturally
  
  Israel Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - a leader
  
  Japan Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence - well positioned culturally
  
  Singapore Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence
  
  UAE Strategy for Artificial Intelligence - on the right track
  

International AI Policy Developments

  OECD Digital Economy Outlook 2017 (October 11, 2017)
  
  International Institutional Roll out of Artificial Intelligence Standards
  
  Report: International Bar Association: Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Their Impact on the Workplace (April 2017)
  
  The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the international organization for public-private cooperation.
  

AI Policy News and Reports

  Managing automation: Employment, inequality and ethics in the digital age (December 28, 2017)
  
  Science: What can machine learning do? Workforce implications (Erik Brynjolfsson, Tom Mitchell) (December 22 2017)
  
  UK House of Commons Select Committee: Transport Committee launches an inquiry into civilian drones (March 30 2017)
  
  McKinsey Global Institute (MGI) A Future that works: Automation, Employment and Productivity (January 2017)
  
  THE MADCOM FUTURE:HOW ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE WILL ENHANCE COMPUTATIONAL PROPAGANDA, REPROGRAM HUMAN CULTURE, AND THREATEN DEMOCRACY... AND WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT IT. (October 2017)
  
  U.S. Department of Transportation announces a new committee focused on automation - autonomous vehicles (January 11, 2017)
  
  Policy Paper by Stuart Russell, Daniel Dewey, Max Tegmark: Research Priorities for Robust and Beneficial Artificial Intelligence (February 10, 2016 )
  
  Sloan Management Review: Rise of the Strategy Machines (November 2016)
  
  HBR: What Artificial Intelligence Can and Canít Do Right Now - understanding where value is created Andrew Ng (November 9, 2016)
  
  NYT: Why a Universal Basic Income Will Not Solve Poverty (May 30, 2016)
  
  Forbes: Getting The Economy Ready For Robots - Finding a Goldilocks point for a UBI (April 30, 2016)
  
  HBR: Five Prescriptions from economists Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee (June 2015)
  
  Technology and the decline in the U.S. labor share of income - a technological shift toward using capital more (January 15, 2015)
  
  The Future of Work: Who Owns the Robot in Your Future Work Life?
  
  The Hastings Center - Three government policy recommendations for minimizing AI risks and supporting beneficial applications
  

AI Policy Institutes and Research Organizations

  Data & Society - is a research institute in New York City that is focused on the social and cultural issues arising from data-centric and automated technologies
  
Top Ten AI Policy Issue Questions for Government Leaders

  Top Ten AI Policy Issue Questions for Government Leaders
  

AI Policy Tools

  Oxford Insights AI Readiness Index
  
  AI Index
  
  Global University Computer Science Rankings
  
  Current intellectual "horsepower" by country as measured by Doctoral Graduates (2014)
  
  The Global Open Data Index provides the most comprehensive snapshot available of the state of open government data publication
  
  Mercer 2017 City Quality of Living Rankings - it's about competing for talent
  
  UNDP: Artificial intelligence and the future of our work
  
  The Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA)
  
  AI-Friction Policy Index
  
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