AI and Ethics: Can AI Even Be Ethical?
For the past few years, the attention to the ethical problems of AI has been gaining traction in academic, industrial, and political contexts. From the ways in which data is abused to create echo chambers to the dangers of face recognition and other automated systems of control, AI has become a hot topic for ethical reflection and debate. Most of the ways of addressing AI have focused on regulation, fairness, or transparency. In this session we will take a step back, and instead of trying to find ethical solutions to the use of AI, we will ask a more fundamental and consciously polemic question: Can AI be ethical?
Welcoming talk: by session chair, Miguel Sicart, ITU
Scientific Talk: "What do we talk about, when we talk about ethics and AI?",Irina Shklovski, Professor, KU
Scientific Talk: "Title to be announced", Mads Nielsen, AI Pioneer Center
Scientific Talk: "Ethical entanglements", Sine Just, The ADD project, Professor, RUC
Business Talk: "How do we create trustworthy algorithms and AI? We need accountability 2.0!", Mikael Jensen, Director, D-mærket/D-seal
Business Talk: "Just because you can doesn’t mean you should – how big tech employs the responsible use of AI", Niels Grønning, Senior Specialist (Data & AI), Microsoft
Should we have AI modelling mood, behavior and mental health?" "What is the benefit, and the pitfall, of these kinds of models applied to the world?
Chair: Miguel Sicart, Associate Professor, ITU
Moderator: Miguel Sicart, Associate Professor, ITU
Session coordinator: Nikolaj Oppermann, Network, Innovation & Collaboration manager, ITU
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