AI Ethics online: Ethics guidelines as a tool for AI governance - EU and its member states

​AI Ethics seminar with lawyer and Professor Stefan Larsson from Lund University.
​​1 Dec 2020
13.15 - 14.15 (Swedish time)
Online

Title: Ethics guidelines as a tool for AI governance - EU and its member states


Abstract: Many companies, NGOs and governmental bodies have recently formulated ethical principles as a way to govern development and applications of artificial intelligence (AI). This includes the EU, particularly indicated by the Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI published by the High-Level Expert Group on AI in april 2019. This presentation offers (a) findings from a recent paper on the overall topic of ethics guidelines as a tool for AI governance [1], and (b) a recent anthology on how 9 different member states' strategies relate to the EU-level notions of human-centric and trustworthy AI [2]. 

 [1] Larsson, S. (2020). On the Governance of Artificial Intelligence through Ethics Guidelines. Asian Journal of Law and Society, 1-15. doi:10.1017/als.2020.19 
[2] Larsson, Ingram Bogusz & Andersson Schwarz, eds. (2020) Human Centric AI in the EU: Towards a trustworthy development of artificial intelligence in the European Member States, Brussels/Stockholm: ELF/Fores. 

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About the speaker
Stefan Larsson is a senior lecturer and Associate Professor in Technology and Social Change at Lund University, Sweden. He is a lawyer (LLM) and socio-legal researcher who holds a PhD in Sociology of Law as well as a PhD in Spatial Planning. His multidisciplinary research focuses on issues of trust and transparency on digital, data-driven markets, and the socio-legal impact of autonomous and AI-driven technologies. 



Category Seminar
Location: Online, Zoom
Starts: 01 December, 2020, 13:15
Ends: 01 December, 2020, 14:15

Published: Tue 03 Nov 2020.