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Theme: We are currently seeing a rapid development and use of artificial intelligence, as well as of technology more generally. This raises a host of new ethical questions, both practical and theoretical, ranging from issues dealing with data collection, privacy, nano- and biotechnology, transhumanism, as well as whether actual or possible artificial systems can have moral rights, and the possibility of the singularity. These are just a few examples.
Conference, University of Agder
9:00: Meet & Greet + Coffee
9:30: Vincent Müller, “Neurosurveillance”
11:15: Jeff Dunn, “Autonomous vehicle trolleyology”
13:15: Anne Gerdes, ”Machine ethics and robot rights”
15:00: Axel Tidemann, “Ethical considerations of data collection and its applicability at Telenor”
16:15: Heidi Furey, “A pluralistic approach to ethical algorithms for autonomous vehicles”
17:15: End of First Day
9:30: Marija Slavkovik, “Towards moral autonomous systems”
11:15: Steve Petersen, “Machines learning values”
13:15: Jeffrey White, “Machine ethics: developing a fully autonomous artificial moral agent”
15:00: Erik Thorstensen & co, TBA
16: 15: Jonas Holst, “On ethical rationality: broadening the scope of ethics in artificial intelligence”
17:15: End of Conference
Everyone is welcome!
The conference is open to all, but please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend, just so we get a rough estimate of how many will show up.