67th Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference
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3rd Conference on AI and Disinformation: Democracy in the age of deepfakes

Singapore
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Conference Overview

Dates: 18 to 20 June 2024

Location: Singapore

The CPA Headquarters Secretariat is pleased to announce that we will be convening a Conference on AI, Disinformation and Parliament: 'Democracy in the Age of Deepfakes' at the British High Commission in Singapore from 18 to 20 June 2024.

The emergence of new technologies such as artificial intelligence and synthetic media has added a new layer of complexity to the challenge of combating disinformation. These technologies can be used to create highly realistic but entirely fabricated content, making it increasingly difficult for individuals and organisations to distinguish between truth and falsehood.

The Conference will look to raise awareness among Parliamentarians about the latest developments in artificial intelligence and synthetic media (including deepfakes), the implications of these developments for democracies and public discourse, and how Parliamentarians can work with other stakeholders to develop legislative environments and policies to ensure the integrity of digital democracies.

 

What is the format for the Conference?

The 3rd Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Disinformation: ‘Democracy in the age of deepfakes’ will take place across three days from 18 to 20 June 2024.

Each day of the Conference will feature multiple sessions, including:

  • Panel discussions
  • Roundtables
  • 1-to-1 Dialogues
  • Explainers
  • Q&As

 

Get Involved

Excited to discuss the big questions on the future of technology and its impact on our democracies?

Follow us on Twitter @CPA_Secretariat and join the conversation using #CPAAIConference. We'll be tweeting throughout the Conference.

If you know parliamentary colleagues or others in your network that would be interested in the Conference, use the share button at the top of the page to share it on social media or via email.

For any further questions about the Conference, please contact James Pinnell at james.pinnell@cpahq.org.

 

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