IC15 – The World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities

The 15th Edition of the World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities

Artificial intelligence
and the next generation of competences :

How Digital – and Artificial Intelligence – will impact jobs and competences profiles?

July 11 & 12 , 2019

Organised by
The European Chair on Intellectual Capital, the University Paris-Sud
And UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Information for All programme (IFAP)

Final conference agenda

Conference Agenda

Conference report and speakers’ slides


You can download the speakers’s slides below.

Session 1

  • Doreen Bogdan Martin, Director, Telecommunication Development Bureau of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Switzerland (Video message)
  • Dominique Guellec, ‘AI in the Policy Agenda’, Head of Division, OECD Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • Bertrand Pailhès, Coordinator, French National Strategy for AI, France (talk)
  • Takao Nitta, ‘Japan’s AI Strategy toward Society 5.0’, Director, Bureau of Science, Technology and Innovation Policy, Cabinet Office, Japan
  • Maxim Fedorov, ‘The Role of Russia in Global AI Movement’, Professor, Director, Skoltech Center for Computational and Data-Intensive Science and Engineering, Russian Federation

Session 2 – keynote

Session 3

Session 4

Session 5

Session 6

  • Nathalie Smuha, « Ensuring Trustworthy AI – a fundamental rights-based perspective to AI governance » Assistant Lecturer and Researcher at KULeuven, Faculty of Law & EC High-Level Expert Group on AI (Video message)
  • Bernd Stahl, “When AI, Big Data and Ethics converge”, Director of the Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort University, United Kingdom
  • Thomas Baudel, “Ethics of AI, for researchers and practitioners “, Director of research, International Business Machines Corporation (IBM), France
  • Irina Zoubenko-Laplante, “Technical and legal aspects relating to the desirability of a standard-setting instrument on the ethics of AI”, Section, Bioethics and Ethics of Science, Sector for Social and Human, UNESCO (talk)

Session 7

Session 8

  • Mikhail Nasibulin, ‘National programme ‘Digital Economy of the Russian Federation’: how Russia Works with Knowledge and Information’, Director of the Department of Digital Economy Projects Coordination and Implementation, Russian Federation
  • Svetlana Malkarova, ‘Overcoming Digital Inequality: Perspectives of Digital Volunteering Development’, Vice rector of the State University of Management, executive director of the UNESCO Chair ‘Societal, Legal and Ethical Frameworking of Knowledge Societies’, PhD, Russian Federation
  • Alexandra Adaskina, ‘UNESCO Chair ‘Societal, Legal and Ethical Frameworking of the Knowledge Society”: Education for All Initiatives’, Russian Federation
  • Pavel Terelyansky, ‘The Trap of Intellectual Capital Reproduction’, Advisor to the rectorate, professor of the Department of Information Systems of the Institute of Information Systems of the State University of Management, Russian Federation

Session 9

Session 10