Project Title

Workshop to Learn on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Experiences of the APEC Economies 

Project Year

2020   

Project Number

TEL 01 2020A 

Project Session

Session 2   

Project Type

Standard 

Project Status

Project in Implementation   
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Project No.

TEL 01 2020A 

Project Title

Workshop to Learn on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Experiences of the APEC Economies 

Project Status

Project in Implementation 

Publication (if any)

 

Fund Account

APEC Support Fund 

Sub-fund

ASF: Digital Innovation 

Project Year

2020 

Project Session

Session 2 

APEC Funding

34,400 

Co-funding Amount

Total Project Value

34,400 

Sponsoring Forum

Telecommunications and Information Working Group (TELWG) 

Topics

Telecommunications and Information 

Committee

SOM Steering Committee on Economic and Technical Cooperation (SCE) 

Other Fora Involved

 

Other Non-APEC Stakeholders Involved

 

Proposing Economy(ies)

Peru 

Co-Sponsoring Economies

Chile; China; Mexico; New Zealand 

Expected Start Date

01/03/2021 

Expected Completion Date

31/12/2021 

Project Proponent Name 1

Marco Antonio Maldonado Gutarra (wef 18 November 2021) 

Job Title 1

General Director of Communications Policy and Regulation 

Organization 1

Transport and Communications Ministry 

Postal Address 1

Not Applicable 

Telephone 1

(51-1) 6157800 Extension 1824 

Fax 1

Not Applicable 

Email 1

mmaldonadog@mtc.gob.pe  

Project Proponent Name 2

Not Applicable 

Job Title 2

Not Applicable 

Organization 2

Not Applicable 

Postal Address 2

Not Applicable 

Telephone 2

Not Applicable 

Fax 2

Not Applicable 

Email 2

Not Applicable 

Declaration

Marco Antonio Maldonado Gutarra 

Project Summary

Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to change the way we live and work and to boost the competitiveness and economic growth of APEC economies. As APEC economies improve their processes and services, it will allow many companies and public sector organizations to be more efficient and better integrated into the digital economy model promoted by APEC. The objective of the project is to raise awareness and promote the adoption and uses of AI in order to optimize the processes and operations of the public and private sector, in particular SMEs. To this end, a training workshop and the exchange of information on existing principles, best practices, lessons learned and solutions will be conducted to encourage responsible development and deployment of AI technologies in these sectors. In the medium term, it will allow developing economies to establish guidelines for the promotion and development of AI in the public and private sectors.

This project has planned the following activities: 1) hold a capacity building and information sharing virtual workshop in August   2021, 2) based on the information obtained, develop a report of the workshop for public and private sector organizations in the APEC region.

Relevance

Relevance – Region: According to the 2019 Digital Economy Report prepared by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development: The United States and China account for 75% of all patents related to blockchain technologies, 50% of spending worldwide on the Internet of Things (IoT) and more than 75% of the global market for cloud computing directed at the public. They also represent 90% of the market capitalization of the 70 largest digital platforms in the world. Europe's share is 4% and Africa and Latin America together is only 1%. The project seeks to reduce the knowledge gaps between the economies with greater economic and human resources in the technological field, which allows them to take better advantage of the development and use of emerging technologies (such as Big data, IoT, blockchain, and AI), and developing economies that due to different structural factors are unable to access them or have access late

The project seeks to conduct a virtual knowledge sharing to build capacity and exchange information on the use of AI to foster greater efficiency in the operation of the public and private sectors of APEC economies. Its development will be important for economies such as Perú, Chile, Mexico and Malaysia, among others, to promote the adoption of AI in the public and private sectors. The project will boost the capacity of APEC economies with less-developed guidance on AI to establish policies for the adoption of AI and development of potential AI projects that optimize resources and generate great social benefits.

The development and results of the virtual workshop will allow the generation of knowledge and capacities so that public policy makers, as the main stakeholders, can recognize international experiences and have the necessary information to understand and address the main challenges and benefits of AI. This project will also promote the application of technologies to accelerate economic recovery and enhance inclusive growth, which will help APEC economies face the current challenge generated by COVID-19.

Relevance – Eligibility and Fund Priorities: Funding for the Digital Innovation Sub-fund is sought for this proposal. The project will promote the adoption of AI to optimize the processes and operations of the public and private sector, thereby knowledge sharing to building capacity in developing APEC economies that can be used by economies to establish AI policies and guidelines. The project is aligned with the priorities of this Sub-Fund, namely Promoting coherence and cooperation of regulatory approaches affecting the Internet and Digital Economy; Development of holistic government policy frameworks for the Internet and the digital economy; Promoting innovation and the adoption of enabling technologies and services; Improving confidence and security in the use of ICT. Likewise, SMEs and start-ups benefiting from AI generally require an enabling policy environment. So, exploring the regulatory challenges of AI might benefit regulators and policy makers that attend the workshop

Relevance – Capacity Building: The project is related to the Host Economy Leader’s Statement “Connecting people, building the future” (APEC CHILE 2019), which considers that new perspectives are emerging, including through digital technologies and the knowledge and information society. In this regard, reducing economic disparities between APEC economies is important and possible through the promotion of digital technologies such as AI to strengthen SMEs. Likewise, it contributes to the fulfillment of APEC objectives for the development of capacities of the member economies in the relevant areas to achieve medium and long-term goals; and help members to participate more fully in the regional economy, as well as in the process of liberalization and facilitation of trade and investment.

In relation to the principles for capacity development, the project seeks:

1.  Transparency of the results obtained.

2. To promote participation and strengthen the discussion on AI in the SMEs.

3. To present best practices in AI material for the benefit of all economies.

4.  In the medium term the generation of collaboration networks in a regional manner between the economies as a transversal one, considering the participation of different stakeholders.

5. To consider a gender perspective, as well as vulnerable populations and a territorial perspective for the benefit of subnational public organizations.

In summary, the project will promote economic and social well-being. In terms of capacity building, this project will focus on promoting the responsible use of AI in public and private sectors, in order to improve organizational capacity, productivity, as well as effective adoption of AI technologies in various ranges of their applications, trying to ensure that the benefits of AI can be experienced broadly and fairly. The project responds to needs, is highly profitable and is aligned with APEC policies, which will allow its outcomes to spread between organizations in APEC economies and regional levels. The workshop will primarily benefit economies that do not have, or are in the process of developing, an AI strategy such as Papua New Guinea, Brunei, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and Peru. It will also expand the AI ​​strategies developed by some economies focused primarily on the public sector.

Objectives

The objective of the project is to optimize the operation of public institutions and support the business sector, mainly SMEs in developing APEC economies, by sharing AI best practice and solutions for different sectors. A training workshop, and sharing of information on existing principles, best practices and lessons learned on the adoption of AI will be input for the report of the workshop. In addition, this project has the added benefit of strengthening cooperation and raising awareness of the importance of applying these technologies for economic recovery in the face of the global health crisis. 

Public entities involved with digital transformation, connectivity and the promotion of SMEs will participate. On the part of the private sector, business associations representing SMEs and those universities that promote the development of SMEs participate.

Alignment

Alignment - APEC: The project was developed based on the third APEC pillar related to economic and technical cooperation. Also of the declarations in the APEC of Chile 2019, on digital technologies and knowledge and information societies. Through this project we can contribute to the development of the APEC Digital and Internet Economy Roadmap by reporting on existing principles, best practices and solutions regarding AI to encourage the creation of new opportunities for APEC economies.

The project is in line with APEC Connectivity Blueprint for 2015-2025: contributing to physical connectivity, institutional connectivity, and person-to-person connectivity. This project contributes to the priorities for APEC Malaysia 2020 as a whole, namely the priorities of "Inclusive Economic Participation through Digital Economy and Technology" and "Driving Innovative Sustainability" and is also aligned with the MRT Declaration of APEC Chile (2019) regarding the development of the digital society, integration 4.0, the reduction of barriers to women and the development of SMEs. 

Alignment – Forum: This project is aligned with the following priority areas of the Strategic Action Plan of the APEC Telecommunications and Information Working Group 2016-2020:
1) to develop and support ICT innovation;
2) Promote a secure, resilient and trusted ICT environment;
3) promote regional economic integration;
4) improve the digital economy and the Internet economy; and
5) strengthen cooperation.

The workshop will contribute with the following established objectives and actions of the Strategic Action Plan 2016-2020: 

This project also aligns with APEC's Internet and Digital Economy Roadmap in the following areas: Promoting innovation and adoption of enabling technologies and services; enhancing inclusiveness of Internet and Digital Economy; developing holistic government policy frameworks for the internet and digital economy; and fostering coherence and cooperation of regulatory approaches affecting internet and digital economy.

Priorities

Objectives

Actions

Develop and support ICT innovation.

Promote innovation and value creation in ICTs

Facilitate cooperation with stakeholders.

Share experiences and best practices on social and economic benefits from investment and liberalization of ICT infrastructure and services.

Greater adoption of ICTs within APEC economies

Identify and share best practices and strategies to encourage adoption of ICT services.

Explore ways to promote a culture or system that enable entrepreneurship and innovation

Enhance the Digital Economy and the Internet Economy

Enhanced ICT industry ecosystem

Promote measures that are conducive to the ICT industry to support a robust Digital Economy.

Enhanced application of ICTs in services

Promote a favorable environment for innovation in new economic sectors.

TILF/ASF Justification

Not Applicable.

Beneficiaries and Outputs

Outputs: We considered three important products during the development and implementation of the project:

i. Preparatory work: Development of methodologies for collecting information related to AI that will be part of report of the workshop. 1 report on the methodologies for gathering information from the workshop

ii. Virtual Workshop: A 4-day workshop will be in August. Experts from APEC and relevant international organizations will be invited to share experiences and best practices in the application of AI. Delegates from member economies will also be encouraged to exchange their views on related challenges and solutions for the use of AI for the development of SMEs. The workshop will take place virtually through the APEC meeting platform.

The virtual workshop will develop the following tentative program:

Date

Topic

Objectives

Day 1

Artificial intelligence for development-risks and opportunities

Digital gender divide particularly that related to artificial intelligence (AI)

Provide the basis for upcoming discussion workshops

Day 2

Success stories of Artificial Intelligence from APEC Economies

Presentation of experiences of APEC economies with outstanding advances in AI

Day 3

Uses of artificial intelligence for the economy and commerce

Identify experiences in the field of economics and commerce

Day 4

Proposals for the development of SMEs with AI

Identify solutions for MSEs with the use of AI

iii. Report of the workshop: The report will include the work plan, the detail of the workshop development, best practices in the application of AI and identifying the lessons learned. Also include presented materials, methodological instruments and opportunities for improvement, a contractor will develop the methodological instruments for the development of the sessions, instruments to measure the development of the sessions and instruments for the collection and processing of information. All this information will be part of the workshop report. This report will be circulated to economies for review and comments in September 2021 and then a final version will be available and sent to the APEC secretary in December   2021. The workshop report will have an extension of 30 pages.

Evaluation of workshop is part of report of the workshop: The evaluation of the workshop will be carried out at the end of each session by means of a questionnaire and an evaluation at the end of the workshop. These instruments will serve to evaluate aspects such as: organization, methodologies, presentations, learning outcomes, opportunities for improvement, and potential initiatives that emerged among the participants as a result of the workshop. The product is the evaluation report of the workshop which will be delivered one week after the workshop (August, 2021).

Outcomes: 

1. Member economies will become more aware and recognize the importance and will find opportunities for the application of AI for the development of the public and private sectors, in particular SMEs, in different sectors of the economy. Opinion survey will be applied to workshop participants. 30% of the participants recognize and value the importance of strategies, policies at the government level for the development of AI. 30% of the representatives of the private sector recognize the importance of promoting strategies for MSEs in AI.

2. Best practices have been identified for the development of MSEs and the use of AI at the policy or strategy level. The public sector hopes to identify measures that can be implemented in the medium term for the promotion and development of SMEs with the use of AI. The representatives of the private sector (SMEs) expect to identify at least one solution or a good AI practice that can be implemented in the medium term. These best practices will be included in the workshop report

Beneficiaries: The development of the virtual workshop seeks to benefit the following stakeholders of the digital ecosystem:

A) Primary beneficiaries:

·   Policy makers, public officials and others responsible for the design and implementation of public policies with responsibilities in digital government, digital transformation, and the development of the public and private sectors (in particular SMEs) or digital economy.

·  Business and Industry representatives that promote or develop initiatives related to the digital transformation of companies. SMEs in developing APEC economies will be prioritized

B)   Secondary beneficiaries:

. Members of academia, including representatives of universities, research centers and Think tanks linked to technological development and that have projects related to adoption of AI technologies.

. Civil society, including non-profit organizations that address the issues of digital skills development and empowerment of women through technology.

Through this project the participants will find an adequate space to explore opportunities and future cooperation between different stakeholders from different economies.

Dissemination

The report of the workshop will be shared with APEC members at the next TELWG meeting. 

The Report of the Workshop will be submitted as an APEC publication according to the APEC Publications standards.

There will be an intensive use of twitter account throughout the project to keep economies informed of the project’s progress, including information on the development of the workshop that includes sharing all the interventions and results thereof as well as the dissemination of the documents for discussion and final report. Publications will be made according with APEC Publications Guidelines. 

The target audience is broad and is made up of all the stakeholders of the digital ecosystem (including State, academia, civil society, and industry), including APEC and non-APEC fora, policy makers, and organizations related to the adoption of AI.

Gender

The project is aligned with pillar(s) of women’s economic empowerment. Mainly in:

.  Skills, capacity building, and health, so women are physically capable of a range of economic pursuits and are prepared both educationally and technically for success in the workforce, in business, and in entrepreneurship

.  Leadership, voice, and agency, through which women are valued as contributors, professionals, and leaders in the private, not-for-profit, and public sectors; and

.  Innovation and technology, so women have the same opportunities as men to benefit from and participate in development and implementation of scientific advances and new technologies.

The workshop will seek at all times to guarantee equal representation and participation of both men and women. For this, alliances will be established with civil society organizations that work on gender and technology, who will participate jointly in the organization and development of the workshop and assist in the preparation of the report to include a gender perspective.

The workshop will seek to guarantee a broad participation of women. For this, it has been considered:

.  Participation of at least 30% of women as experts

.  Participation of at least 30% of women as participants

PO is committed to collecting sex disaggregated data for all speakers and participants (not only those funded by APEC) at the project event.  This data will be included when submitting a Completion Report to the Secretariat upon completion of the project, as well as providing guidance to future POs on their own gender parity targets.  This data will be used to assess compliance with the project’s gender targets at the conclusion of the project, with performance data shared with APEC members.

We consider it important to continue promoting the participation and empowerment of women in the field of new technologies such as AI in order to face the digital gender gap.

Work Plan



Time

Tasks

Deliverables

February – March 2021

Coordination meeting with Chile; China; Mexico and New Zealand to define a work plan for the organization of the workshop

Work plan

March - April 2021

Terms of reference for preparation and conduct of international workshop

Terms of reference elaborated

April 2021

Preparation of the list of participants

List of participants

April 2021

Development of the draft agenda

Draft of the workshop agenda

April 2021

Draft of the workshop agenda will be  circulated to economies and stakeholder for comments and suggestions

Agenda approved

May 2021

Preparations for the organization of the workshop: invite speakers and confirm participation

confirmed speakers

May 2021

Terms of Reference for development of methodological instruments for the development of the sessions, instruments to measure the development of the sessions and instruments for the collection and processing of information.

Terms of reference elaborated

May 2021

Terms of Reference for producing reports or other written results meeting APEC standards

Terms of reference elaborated

May 2021

Terms of Reference for the publication of the workshop report in accordance with APEC standards

Terms of reference elaborated

May – June 2021

Selection of consultants

Consultants selected

June – 2021

Development of methodologies for collecting information related to AI

Report elaborated

May - June 2021

Preparations for the organization of the workshop General Information Circular (agenda) to invite participants will be sent out

Participants list

Venue secured

August 2021

Organize and develop the Workshop

Workshop held

September 2021

Present the report of the workshop to APEC economies for comment.

Review

1 October 2021

Submit APEC Project Monitoring Report to APEC Secretariat

APEC Project Monitoring Report

October  – November  2021  

Editing and publishing

Editing and publishing

November 2021

Present the report of the workshop

Report of the workshop  finished

February 2022

Present the report of the workshop to the APEC Secretariat.

Report of the workshop  submitted

February 2022

Submit the APEC Project Completion Report and all supporting documents to the Secretariat.

APEC Project Completion Report

June 2022

Participation in the Long-Term Evaluation of APEC Projects conducted by APEC Secretariat

Risks

Considering that the event will be held through a virtual platform, the possible risks related to the attendance or organization of the event itself are reduced. This represents a great opportunity for the development of the AI ​​workshop. 

1. One risk is not having the participation of the representative actors of the SMEs. For this, a meticulous work will be carried out for the selection of representatives in coordination with the APEC economies.

2. At APEC, women make up only 20 percent of professionals in the artificial intelligence (AI) industry, even as AI becomes more prominent in non-tech industries. To ensure equal representation of male and female speakers at the workshop, female experts will be identified early and invited to take part in the workshop. Additionally, APEC member economies and stakeholders will be encouraged to send delegations to take part in the workshop that have gender parity. The participation of at least 30% of experts and at least 30% women participants is considered.

Limited interaction in AI workshop sessions. To avoid this, participatory dynamics will be promoted at all times in virtual environments with tools such as Miro or stikies.io. Also in order to promote greater participation of the different economies and that due to time difference issues could not participate, it is necessary to find appropriate schedules that make it possible.

Monitoring and Evaluation

The evaluation of the workshop will be carried out permanently through a survey that will be applied at the end of each virtual session. The survey will consider the items of organization, evaluation of the speakers and a self-evaluation of the level of participation and knowledge acquired during the session. Likewise, the session will be recorded with the prior consent of the participants. The information obtained will be part of the final report of the workshop that includes the products and final results as the proposed indicators. The methodology will be mainly of a qualitative type that allows evaluating the development of the workshops (participation of speakers and attendees, registration and systematization of information, analysis of results). The proposed methodology will be validated with the savings by email, accepting the proposal when the answer is omitted. 

Please use the matrix table below to indicate your project evaluation plans by specifying what will be measured, which indicators will be used, what the target goals are, and how will they be evaluated and reported. Fields have been filled for your reference.

Evaluation Focus

Indicators

Target Goals

Evaluation Method

Reporting

Outputs

1.   Preparatory work. Development of methodologies for collecting information related to AI that will be part of report of the workshop.

1 report on the methodologies for gathering information from the workshop

31 December 2021

Developed methodological instruments

Report of the workshop

2.   Virtual workshop

executed workshop

31 December 2021

satisfaction surveys

Report of the workshop

1.   No. of experts engaged

6

Event Attendance List

Report of the workshop

2.   No. of attending economies

20

Event Attendance List

Report of the workshop

3.   % of participating men/women

At least 30/30 men/women

Event Attendance List

Report of the workshop

3.   Report of the Workshop

1 report workshop

31 December 2021

Developed Report of the Workshop

Report of the workshop

Outcomes

1.Member economies will become more aware and recognize the importance and will find opportunities for the application of AI for the development of the public and private sectors, in particular SMEs, in different sectors of the economy

30% of the participants recognize and value the importance of strategies, policies at the government level for the development of AI. 30% of the representatives of the private sector recognize the importance of promoting strategies for MSEs in AI.

31 December 2021

Opinion survey will be applied to workshop participants

Report of the workshop

2.Best practices have been identified for the development of MSEs and the use of AI at the policy or strategy level.

N° of best practices identified in AI as a result of the workshop

At least 3 good practices identified and recognized as such by the workshop participants

opinion survey of workshop participants

Report of the workshop


Linkages

This project will seek to cooperate with potential stakeholders who are also involved in a similar capacity, such as

(1) APEC: PPSTI, PPWE, SMEWG

(2) Non-APEC: international or regional forums, for example, the International Telecommunication Union, CEPAL, UNESCO, UNDESA, UNCTAD

The project supervisor will ensure close and practical collaboration between APEC and forums with common interests to enable broad dialogues.

This project will have the advantages of adopting methodologies that have been developed by previous APEC projects to examine policies related to SMEs and adoption of technologies.

Today, APEC is one of the most diverse global forums for regional and international cooperation. In terms of digital development, important initiatives are being carried out and it is necessary to bring these discussions to the less developed economies. This is particularly important as we move towards new industrial revolutions where technology, platforms, and emerging technologies are important but they can also generate adoption gaps, as is often the case with AI. Therefore, APEC will be the best institution to fund this project to address the common interests and shared challenges in this region.

The project is not based on any achievement of a previous project. The project is focused on the use of AI for policy makers and staff with decision-making capacity at the public and private level to promote the development of SMEs with AI and digital transformation. The SME 06 2018A project was looking for enhance innovative capability of MSMEs and SMEs by sharing of knowhow of utilizing Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in their business, and provide a better understanding on how to create new business values with the fourth industrial revolution. It does not duplicate the product already delivered because the objective and the audience are different.

Sustainability

We would encourage the opinions of experts and workshop participants, as well as representatives of the economies in PPSTI, PPWE, SMEWG on the development of SMEs and the adoption of new technologies in the economies of origin.

The conclusion and suggestions of experts from the workshop under the project will be compiled and disseminated in PPSTI, PPWE, SMEWG, and will be encouraged to be further used as a means for future activities to build up respective mechanisms and frameworks within their mandate.

This project will create opportunities for APEC and non-APEC forums and stakeholders to build more partnerships in the public and private sectors (in particular SMEs) and the adoption of AI. May urge further cooperation and collaborative efforts related to data collection, case studies, capacity building programs and additional research.

It will be encouraged that a cooperative network be formed among project participants to enable

future exchange of information and further development of the outcomes of this project.


Project Overseers

The project will be managed by Peru's Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC), which will be in charge of coordinating with its counterparts in Chile, Mexico and China. The project supervisor is Mr. José Aguilar Reátegui.

Degree in economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru and Master in Administration from ESAN. Experience in managerial positions and in matters of regulation of public services and telecommunications. Promoter of the development of digital technologies and digital transformation. Actuality, Director of the General Office for Communications Policies and Regulation of MTC-Peru During his management, the public consultation on 5g has been developed.

The main point of contact responsible for this project are Mr. Wilmer Azurza, Mr. Cristian Mesa and Mr. Renzo Zegarra.

Cost Efficiency

Not Applicable.

Drawdown Timetable

Not Applicable.

Direct Labour

The Consultant will be responsible for developing the report of the workshop, including the logistics of necessary data gathering, engagement with APEC member economies for inputs, and desk reviews. The Consultant shall also arrange all logistics requirements for the workshop and other necessary pre-workshop meetings.

1) Development of methodological instruments for the development of the sessions:

a. Prepare an evaluation survey for each workshop and information processing (6 hours)

b. Development of a work guide for the development of the workshops (moments and instruments) (16 hours)

c. Process the qualitative information obtained as a result of the application of the work guide (58 hours)

2) Preparation and conduct of international workshop

a) Organization prior to the workshop (120 hours

b) coordination with speakers (120 hours)

c) monitoring, communication and confirmation of the participation of the attendees(40 hours)

d)  logistical coordination on transmission (40 hours)

e)  driving workshop (40 hours)

f) other topics of need for the development of the workshop (20 hours)

3) For producing reports or other written results meeting APEC standards

a) systematize the information and results of the workshop (160 hours)

b)  identify good practices (80 hours)

c)  Final writing of the report of the workshop (160 hours)

Waivers

Not Applicable.

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