Digital Discourses

Humanity in the age of AI

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As we enter the age of AI, an important conversation surrounding the ethical implications of this development becomes imperative. AI creates new possibilities and furthers innovation, but at what cost?


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Speakers and Moderator

Dr. Anna Jobin is a Senior Researcher at the Humboldt Institute for Internet & Society Berlin and a Senior Researcher and Lecturer at the Institute Human-IST at the University of Fribourg. 

Dr. Lukas is an associate professor at Electrical Engineering department, Atma Jaya University. Currently is the Chairman of Indonesia Artificial Intelligence Society (IAIS) and the founder of security community, Indonesia Honeynet Project (IHP).

Lena Rickenberg works at the Think Tank iRights.Lab as a project lead for digital mobility and is also part of the team responsible for research and communication about AI and Ethics. She studied Political Management and worked in the startup and non-profit sector before.

Dr. Jun-E Tan is a Senior Research Associate at Khazanah Research Institute. Her current research interests include digital rights and AI governance in the contexts of Southeast Asia and Malaysia.

Arthit Suriyawongkul is a computer scientist and anthropologist by training. He is a PhD researcher on AI accountability at SFI Research Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Hafiz Noer is the Head of Public Policy, Government Relations, and Research at the Center for Digital Society, UGM. His primary research areas encompass innovation studies, science and technology, and public policy. He holds a master’s degree in Innovation, Public Policy, and Public Value from University College London.

Digital Discourses 2023 © Goethe-Institut Indonesia


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