AI Governance Forum 2019

23 March, 2019, Geneva, Switzerland


What is AI Governance Forum?

Building Trust in Artificial Intelligence

The AI Governance Forum is a multi-stakeholders platform, open to all interested parties and dedicated to build Human-Trust in AI for the benefit of all. Stakeholders can be from public or private sector, scientific community and civil society. The AI Governance Forum considers each stakeholder as equal partner to the discussion.

The AI Governance Forum is based on the conviction that a collective intelligence process enhances cooperation over competition and is an essential component to manage the AI impact on our society. The AI Governance Forum aims at tackling the concerns and challenges raised by AI on ethics, safety and security, data handling and bias, regulations, accountability, transparency, privacy, and impact on workforce. It contribute to build an open artificial intelligence for the benefit of all.


Raja Chatila

Chair of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent systems
Professor of Robotics and Ethics at Pierre and Marie Curie University, Paris, France

Karine Perset

Economist, OECD, Paris, France

Thomas Wiegand

Chair of the IUT / WHO Focus Group on Healthcare in AI
Professor in the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany

El Mahdi El Mhamdi

Researcher at EPFL, Switzerland

Martin Jaggi

Professor at EPFL, Switzerland

Carmela Troncoso

Professor at EPFL, Switzerland

Florimond Houssiau

Ph. D Candidate at Imperial College London, UK

Marko Groblenik

OECD AIGO Sub-Group of Experts & AI Lab @ Jozef Stefan Institute

Michele Loi

Researcher at the University of Zurich, Switzerland

Farzaneh Bahrami

Professor at the University of Gröninge, Netherland

Arohi Jain

Head of Research, The Future Society, London, UK

Maël Pégny

Lecturer at the Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France


Fondation Brocher

471 Route d’Hermance – CP 21
1248 Hermance

Practical Information

Situated to the north of Geneva, the village of Hermance is close to the Geneva International Airport and the Geneva Train Station, and is easily accessible via public transport.

Tickets & Pricing

CHF 400
  • This ticket also includes 1-year membership to the AI Transparency Institute for 3 members.