AI Ethics

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 TIME: 17:30-18:30 LOCATION: AMMERSEE II
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This will provide a short introduction to ethics and why it is relevant to AI.  It will outline the ethical problems that Artificial Intelligence raises.  Ethics considerations can help to better identify beneficial applications while avoiding harmful ones.  In addition, new technologies are often viewed with suspicion and mistrust.  This can unreasonably inhibit the development of technologies that have significant beneficial potential.  It will describe six areas of concern and how ethics provides a framework that can be used to understand and overcome these at an early stage.


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Blockchain is, simply put, a public list. And because AI uses a list to predict things then we can see that AI and Blockchain fit nicely together. This is lucky because AI is presenting problems Blockchain helps solve. Is it fair that Facebook control the most powerful AI system on the planet -- a system built with end-user data? Blockchain helps decentralize AI and it allows users to be compensated for their data. It also allows the monetization of open source. And that's important stuff Botanic Technologies is developing with our partners at Seed Network.

Key takeaways:

  • The future of AI and the problems it will create
  • How to integrate machine learning and blockchain
  • How to think about blockchain as a social business model more than a technology
  • Why new solutions are scalable, and globally 
  • How enterprises can get involved


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Digital Transformation rewuires leaders to gain a new, informed perspective on the implications of technology and security on business decisions. AI driven tools lack transparency and may lead to unexpected consequences, which makes it complex to evaluate them and requires, more than ever, interdisciplinary expertise.

In this panel, we will try to initiate a conversation that we haven´t really had so far, but is critical fort he success of our bsuiness and technology strategies.


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Emilio Mordini is a clinical psychoanalyst, based in Paris (France) and San Vito al Tagliamento (Italy). Emilio has a background in medicine and philosophy. He is an expert on risk communication and psycho-societal impact of emerging technologies. His research activity focuses on the collective...



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European Identity & Cloud Conference 2019

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