On 7th June, Chalmers AI Research Centre is hosting a workshop on AI and Ethics.
The effect of artificial intelligence (AI) on society and our lives is already profound, and is likely to increase further. This can be for better or worse, and therefore it is of vital importance that an ethics perspective permeates all development, deployment and use of AI systems. How can this best be achieved? This is a question for society-at-large as well as for a tech-heavy university like Chalmers, and the purpose of this workshop is to address it and shed light on it.
Speakers include Matthijs Maas and Charlotte Stix who will present Bridging the gap: the case for an ‘Incompletely Theorized Agreement’ on AI policy.