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By Whom and for Whom? AI Ethics, Power, and the Problem of Representation

Technologies like AI frequently appear as a universal phenomenon with billions of users, but at the same time they usually represent the interests of privileged groups of producers. The panel reflects on this fact critically and examines the question of who benefits or is harmed as a result of the global spread of AI. 

Saturday, 12.11.2021, 15:30

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Toby Walsh – 2062: The Promise and the Peril of our Artificially Intelligent Future

Toby Walsh is one of the world’s leading scientists in the field of artificial intelligence. His main research focus is the development of trustworthy AI governed by the principles of fairness, transparency, accessibility and data privacy. In Walsh’s new book, which he is presenting on this occasion, he ventures to predict what a future world might look like under the influence of this kind of technology.

12.11.2021, 16:30

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