november, 2020

fri13nov9h1510h15The values of Artificial Intelligence technology: Bringing ethics to the table9h15 - 10h15 Session theme:New technologies

Speakers for this event

  • Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG

    Bertrand BRAUNSCHWEIG

    National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (INRIA)

    National Institute for Research in Digital Science and Technology (INRIA)

  • Borut PAHOR

    Borut PAHOR

    Republic of Slovenia

    Republic of Slovenia

  • Gabriela RAMOS

    Gabriela RAMOS

    UNESCO

    UNESCO

  • Nicholas VINOCUR

    Nicholas VINOCUR

    Politico

    Politico

  • Stefanie LAULHE-SHAELOU

    Stefanie LAULHE-SHAELOU

    University of Central Lancashire in Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus)

    University of Central Lancashire in Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus)

  • Stuart RUSSELL

    Stuart RUSSELL

    UC Berkeley

    UC Berkeley

Description

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not value neutral. Its use raises concerns regarding privacy and data protection, gender and cultural biases, increased digital exposure for populations at risk, and an escalation of misinformation and hate speech. It is also being used to support decision making in sensitive issues such as justice. It is therefore necessary to ensure that AI is framed in a way that aligns with the highest ethical values. Given AI’s global nature, such guidance must be global as well. This session will look at inspiring initiatives which are taking form, such as UNESCO’s elaboration of the first global standard-setting instrument on the ethics of artificial intelligence, or the work undertaken by the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence.

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