Cordel Green

AIEI Board of Advisors; UNESCO-IFAP

Cordel Green is an attorney-at-law and a former assistant attorney-general of Jamaica. He is also the executive director of the Broadcasting Commission, which regulates electronic media in Jamaica; vice-chairman of the international bureau for UNESCO's Information For All Programme (IFAP); and chairman of the UNESCO-IFAP Working Group on Information Accessibility.

Green's other affiliations include vice-representative (Caribbean) at the International Centre for Information Ethics (ICIE); member of the law committee for the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Consideration in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems; member of the International Institute of Communications (IIC); advisory board member at the Society for Scientific Advancement (SoSA); honorary member of the Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council; member of the expert network at AI4SDGs; and commissioner of the Jamaica National Commission for UNESCO.

Green holds Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) degrees from the University of the West Indies, a Master of Laws degree with distinction from the University of Sheffield in England, a Master of Business Administration degree from the Mona School of Business, and is an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Program, as well as a Chevening Scholar.

Featured Work

SEP 20, 2022 Podcast

AI for Information Accessibility: The Ethics of “Intelligence Augmentation,” with László Z. Karvalics

In this episode of the AI for Information Accessibility podcast, host Ayushi Khemka discusses the deep history behind artificial intelligence with Laszlo Karvalics, founding director ...

SEP 13, 2022 Podcast

AI for Information Accessibility: Prologue to the Series, with Cordel Green

In this introduction to the new AI for Information Accessibility podcast, host Ayushi Khemka discusses the goals of the Artificial Intelligence for Information Accessibility 2022 Conference ...

JUN 22, 2021 Podcast

Ethics, Equality, & AI in the Caribbean

Artificial intelligence (AI) will affect the socio-economic development of nations across the globe. Caribbean countries are particularly susceptible because they tend to be labor intensive ...