The development of AI-based technology raises ethical issues with regard to transparency, explainability, fairness, inclusion, robustness, security and regulation, which are seldom addressed in traditional technical courses of study. The AI & Ethics Summer School takes an interdisciplinary approach featuring partners and lecturers from academia, civil society and the AI development community, to address these issues.

Where? University of Bamberg
When? 26 – 30 September 2022
For whom? Young professionals and advanced students from Europe (see criteria)
Application period: 17 June – 17 July 2022

Participation in the summer school (lectures, discussions, workshops and networking sessions) requires to be on site in Bamberg from 26.9. in the morning (9 am) until 30.9. in the afternoon (3 pm).
Some of the lectures and discussions will additionally be available online. 
For students, the University of Bamberg can provide 3 ECTS-points for those who have taken part in the whole programme.


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