Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS), often referred to as Artificial Intelligence (AI), are rapidly spreading beyond transportation, into health, social care, manufacturing, enterprise productivity and advanced cyber-defense, to name a few application areas. They hold great promise to benefit society as well as business, but they also bring forth social, legal and ethical challenges, which include issues of major systemic risk, diminishing trust, privacy challenges and issues of data transparency, ownership and agency.
This event will:
- Promote awareness of ethical considerations around A/IS technologies
- Showcase the importance to and value of industry engagement in the development of standards
- Illustrate how voluntary standards can have relevance to industry, citizens, and the policy community, and be leveraged for the public good
Join us at this interactive discussion to learn more about key trends and industry and policy drivers in these areas!
- Irakli Beridze, Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institiute (UNICRI)
- Virginia Dignum, Delft Design for Values Institute, Delft University of Technology
- Jeroen van den Hoven, scientific director Delft Design for Values Institute
- Ansgar Koene, Chair of IEEE P7003 - Algorithmic Bias Working Group, University of Notthingham, UK
- Jean-Luc Dormoy, Member, IEEE EPPC Working Group on ICT
- Jason Jercinovic, Global Head of Marketing Innovation, Havas
- Zoltan Szlavik, Lead at IBM Benelux Center for Advanced Studies
Additional speakers TBC.
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