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4 Dec - 5 Dec
kl 09:00 - 17:15

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Auditorium B2-002, Campus Kristiansand

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Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Time

4 Dec - 5 Dec
kl 09:00 - 17:15

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Place

Auditorium B2-002, Campus Kristiansand

Registration deadline

No deadline specified

The department of Religion, Philosophy and History, together with the Center For Artificial Intelligence Research (CAIR), at the University of Agder, Norway, will host a full two-day conference on the general topic of Ethics and Artificial Intelligence on December 4-5, 2017.

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.

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ETHICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Conference, University of Agder

December 4-5, 2017
Campus Kristiansand, Auditorium B2-002

 

Program:

Monday December 4th

9:00: Meet & Greet + Coffee

9:30: Vincent Müller, “Neurosurveillance”

11:00: Break

11:15: Jeff Dunn, “Autonomous vehicle trolleyology”

12:15: Lunch

13:15: Anne Gerdes, ”Machine ethics and robot rights”

14:45: Break

15:00: Axel Tidemann, “Ethical considerations of data collection and its applicability at Telenor”

16:00: Break

16:15: Heidi Furey, “A pluralistic approach to ethical algorithms for autonomous vehicles”

17:15: End of First Day

 

Tuesday December 5th

9:00: Coffee

9:30: Marija Slavkovik, “Towards moral autonomous systems”

11:00: Break

11:15: Steve Petersen, “Machines learning values”

12:15: Lunch

13:15: Jeffrey White, “Machine ethics: developing a fully autonomous artificial moral agent”

14:45: Break

15:00: Erik Thorstensen & co, TBA

16:00: Break

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 einar.d.bohn@uia.no if you plan to attend, just so we get a rough estimate of how many will show up.

 

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