Global Perspectives on AI Ethics: Panel #5 (The Governance Lab, NYU School of Engineering)
On Tuesday, June 22nd, at 11:00 AM EDT, three AI experts will join us for the fifth installment of Global Perspectives on AI Ethics.
How are the world’s 1.3 billion persons with disabilities at risk because of the growing use of AI-powered human resources technologies? What measures can be implemented to open up black-box technologies and allow governments to exercise transparency to constituents on their use of AI? What are some risks associated with the increased use of AI, in particular ethical questions pertaining to bias and data input?
Join us on Tuesday, June 22nd at 11 AM EDT for an open discussion on the questions above and more! Global Perspectives on AI Ethics enables deeper conversation and public dialogue on the issues surfaced in this month’s modules of AI Ethics: Global Perspectives. This month, we will be joined by the following distinguished faculty:
Christoph Lütge , Director of TUM Institute for Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (IAEI)
Susan Scott-Parker, Founder of Business Disability International
Stefaan Verhulst, Co-Founder and Chief Research and Development Officer of The GovLab at NYU
To watch these modules in full prior to the panel, please visit our website here.
The panel will be facilitated by Julia Stoyanovich, Director of the Center for Responsible AI at NYU. Join us and reserve your spot now!
This event is jointly organized by The Governance Lab, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, Global AI Ethics Consortium (GAIEC), Center for Responsible AI @ NYU (R/AI), and the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI).
We designed AI Ethics: Global Perspectives for a global audience, to convey the breadth and depth of the ongoing interdisciplinary conversation on AI ethics. We seek to bring together diverse perspectives from the field of ethical AI, to raise awareness and help institutions work towards more responsible use. New course modules are released monthly.