The development of AI is going fast and continues to gather both positive and negative media attention, which create a rising global concern on what the future of AI looks like. The examples spans wide from Go-playing AI, self-driving cars and back flipping robots to fear of mass surveillance and drones used in war.
However, what is the state of AI? Is it merely a question of the impact of Hollywood movies, ignorance and fear, or is it time for a greater focus and discussion on how AI is developed and by whom?
We have invited some great speakers that can give us some different perspectives, help us answer some questions and make us ask some new ones.
Join us for this session with great talks and panel discussions about AI, ethics and law.
- Ole Kjeldsen, CTO & CISO, Microsoft Denmark
- Mads Nielsen, Head of Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen
- Andreas Hjortgaard, CTO and Co-founder, Collektive
- Matthijs Michiel Maas, Phd fellow with focus on the safe and beneficial governance of emerging technologies, specifically artificial intelligence, Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen
- Léonard Van Rompaey, Phd fellow with focus on new technologies of war and how autonomy within machines will work out with the anthropocentric nature of Law.
The event take place in room 4A.1.15
There will be served snacks and drinks.