Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society New York 2020

Ethical considerations and governance approaches of AI are at a crossroads. Either one tries to convey the impression that one can bring back a status quo ante of our given “onlife”-era, or one accepts to get responsibly involved in a digital world in which informational self-determination can no longer be safeguarded and fostered through the old fashioned data protection principles of informed consent, purpose limitation and data economy.

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Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and Society New York 2020

Speakers

Frank Pasquale

Frank Pasquale

Professor of Law, University of Maryland

Gina Neff

Gina Neff

Senior Research Fellow, Oxford Internet Institute

Charlton McIlwain

Charlton McIlwain

Vice Provost, Faculty Engagement & Development, New York University

Anita Gurumurthy

Anita Gurumurthy

Executive Director, IT for Change

Peter Dabrock

Peter Dabrock

Chair of the German Ethics Council and Chair for Ethics, Department of Theology, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg

Organizers

Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence
Association for Computing Machinery
ACM Special Interest group on Artificial Intelligence

Sponsors

DeepMind Ethics & Society
Silicon Valley community foundation
Founders Pledge
New York University
Facebook
Partnership on AI