Ensuring ethically aligned AI systems requires more than designing systems whose result can be trusted. It is about the way we design them, why we design them, and who is involved in designing them. This talk is about ensuring that we put in place the social and technical constructs that ensure that responsibility and trust for the systems we develop and use in contexts that change and evolve. Rather than putting the responsibility and blame on the AI application itself, it is the socio-technical system of wihich the the applications are part of that must bear responsibility and ensure trust.
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About the speaker:
Virginia Dignum is professor of responsible Artificial Intelligence at Umeå University,
Sweden and associated with the TU Delft in the Netherlands. She is the director of WASP-HS, the Wallenberg Program on Humanaties and Society for AI, Automonous Systems and Software. She is a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, a Fellow of the European Artificial Intelligence Association (EURAI), member of the European Commission High Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence, of the working group on Responsible AI of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI), of the World Economic Forum's Global Artificial Intelligence Council, of the Executive Committee of the IEEE Initiative on Ethically Alligned Design, and founding member of ALLAI-NL, the Dutch AI Alliance. Her book "Responsible Artificial Intelligence: developing and using AI in a responsible way" was published by Springer-Nature in 2019.
09 March, 2021, 13:15
09 March, 2021, 14:15