Gender-sensitive AI Policy in Southeast Asia

Eleonore Fournier-Tombs, JeongHyun Lee, Arthtit Suriyawongkul, Preeti Raghunath, Matthew Dailey, Joyee Chatterjee, Philippe Doneys, Wanchanok Suthorn, Sirayuth Thongprasert, Kris Villanueva and Febroza Belda (2023). Gender-sensitive AI Policy in Southeast Asia. UNU Macau.

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    Author Eleonore Fournier-Tombs
    JeongHyun Lee
    Arthtit Suriyawongkul
    Preeti Raghunath
    Matthew Dailey
    Joyee Chatterjee
    Philippe Doneys
    Wanchanok Suthorn
    Sirayuth Thongprasert
    Kris Villanueva
    Febroza Belda
    Title Gender-sensitive AI Policy in Southeast Asia
    Publication Date 2023-01-25
    Place of Publication Kuala Lumpur
    Publisher UNU Macau
    Pages 75
    Language eng
    Abstract This report is the product of a multi-country, multi-stakeholder analysis which was conducted from March 2022 to September 2022 in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. Research teams conducted interviews and workshops in each country to better understand the state of AI policy in each country, the perceived risks to women of AI, and possibly policy solutions. The analysis summarises areas of possible improvement in four categories: Development of AI societal impacts committee or task force; 2. Creation of gender and AI guideline; 3. AI safety standardisation across the region; 4. Investments in women in AI networks, training, company development and policy participation.
    Keyword Artificial Intelligence
    AI policy
    Gender
    Southeast Asia
    Copyright Holder UNU Macau
    Copyright Year 2023
    Copyright type Creative commons
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