AI Ethics, Governance & Regulation

  •  TYPE: Track    START DATE: Wednesday, November 27, 2019     START TIME: 14:00    LOCATION:  Session Room 1
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In the early 1950s, scientist and scholar Alan Turing described a future in which technology would become so advanced that machines would be able to mimic human behavior and thought processes so well that, when unseen, a human would no longer be able to tell the difference between communicating with a machine and a human being. We hear more and more claims on passing the test by a number of different machines. Research and development on AI continue and the technology advances daily, creating a need to consider the ethical behaviors these machines are capable of displaying. The discussion of machine ethics has emerged as a dominant academic debate. The sheer scope of technology's presence in everyday life and the increasing reliance upon them makes it a very important topic. AI is power to corporations, to increase, to dominate, but with great power comes great responsibility. This track will focus on the ethical aspects of AI, how to ensure that the AI systems are always aligned with benevolent goals, how to govern and regulate AI to ensure its safety.

Sessions:

Panel: Issue of Ethics and Morality and How to Gauge It in Machines

Date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 Time: 14:00-15:00

Panel: Issue of Ethics and Morality and How to Gauge It in Machines
Cansu Canca, AI Ethics Lab • Prof. Dr. Dagmar Monett, Berlin School of Economics and Law • Elena Kell, Telia Company AB

Many argue that there is a possibility for an ethical robot, in addition to creating robots that are able to exhibit human emotions, scholars point out that efforts should be made to "induce emotions toward AI in humans," which is believed to be necessary in order to instill reciprocal ethical and moral codes in machines. Research in artificial intelligence over the past twenty years has focused on debating this issue of morality and how to gauge it in machines.  Should a code of ethics...

Panel: Building Trust In AI - Is Regulation The Right Answer?

Date: Wednesday, November 27, 2019 Time: 15:00-16:00

Panel: Building Trust In AI - Is Regulation The Right Answer?
Ivana Bartoletti, Gemserv • Prof. Dr. Dagmar Monett, Berlin School of Economics and Law • Elena Kell, Telia Company AB


New Generation Telco: A Journey Towards Trusted & Ethical AI
Elena Kell, Telia Company AB

As one of the largest telco players in the Nordics we see a lot of opportunities and risks with AI. AI and advanced analytics offer the opportunity for increased efficiency, shared value creation and growth to societies, and even has the potential to help solve global challenges. However, trust is a prerequisite for fully harvesting the AI benefits for all stakeholders. It is of utmost importance that every player that deploys AI is transparent and accountable and acts responsible in all...


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