Catelijne Muller becomes member of OECD Network of Experts on AI (ONE.AI)

We are honoured to announce that ALLAI’s President Catelijne Muller was invited to become a member of the OECD Network of Experts on AI (ONE.AI). Catelijne will join the ONE AI working group on Policies for AI. 



The OECD Network of Experts on AI (ONE AI) is a multi-stakeholder and multi-disciplinary group that provides AI-specific policy advice to the OECD’s Committee on Digital Economy Policy (CDEP), and contributes to OECD.AI (see below).

The network also provides the OECD with an outward perspective on AI, serving as a platform for the OECD to share information with other international initiatives and organisations. The network raises awareness about trustworthy AI and other policy initiatives, particularly in instances where international co-operation is useful.

ONE AI membership

The group includes 88 members, consisting of nominees by member states and international organisations (a.o. European Commission, UN, WorldBank, Unesco, Council of Europe and TUAC), and limited number of invited additional expert members with complementary expertise to ensure that the network of AI experts as a whole has a good balance of multi-disciplinary expertise. We are honoured that the OECD invited Catelijne to join ONE.AI as an expert member.

ONE AI working group on Policies for AI

Catelijne will join the ONE AI working group on national AI Policies (ONE PAI) is developing practical guidance for policy makers on a wide array of topics:

  • investing in AI R&D;
  • data, infrastructure, software & knowledge;
  • regulation, testbeds and documentation;
  • skills and labour markets; and
  • international co-operation.


The OECD AI Policy Observatory (OECD.AI) builds on the momentum of the OECD’s Recommendation on Artificial Intelligence (“OECD AI Principles”) adopted in May 2019 by OECD countries and adhered to by a range of partner economies. The OECD AI Principles provided the basis for the G20 AI Principles endorsed by Leaders in June 2019.

OECD AI combines resources from across the OECD, its partners and all stakeholder groups. OECD.AI facilitates dialogue between stakeholders while providing multidisciplinary, evidence-based policy analysis in the areas where AI has the most impact.