4th Meeting of the Task Force Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Governance and Policy Challenges

Artificial intelligence has finally reached its “hype” phase, with countless experts, real and self-proclaimed gurus, and also generalist newspapers, blogs, magazines becoming more and more attentive to its breath-taking development.

However, the current debate too often falls short of addressing concrete policy challenges: sometimes, the discussion appears trapped into extreme cases such as the “trolley problem” for self-driving cars; or the possibility that artificial general intelligence surpasses human intelligence. This often leads to a rather dystopian view of AI as an existential risk for humanity, and also as an unprecedented job-killer. At the same time, it leaves important ethical, governance and policy questions unaddressed.

 

 

VERY IMPORTANT:

Participation in this event is strictly reserved to members of the “Artificial Intelligence” Task Force, if you are not part of this group unfortunately you can’t participate at this stage.

11
October 2018
Thursday
10:00-17:00

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Speakers

Daniel Braun
Cabinet member of Commissioner Vera Jourova
Philipp Slusakkek
Scientific Director, DFKI
Daniel Jacob and Marcel Dickow
SWP, Berlin
Aleksandra Przegalinska
MIT Research Fellow/Center for Collective Intelligence

Chair

Andrea Renda
Research Fellow, CEPS

4th Meeting of the Task Force Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Governance and Policy Challenges

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11
October 2018
Thursday
10:00-17:00
Participation in this event is strictly reserved to members of the “Artificial Intelligence” Task Force, if you are not part of this group unfortunately you can’t participate at this stage.

1444

CEPS Conference room

Place du Congrès 1 - 1000 Brussels