Talk & Panel: Ethical Design in New Technologies / Yeni Teknolojilerde Etik Dizayn
“Son yıllarda, Yapay Zekâ alanında “etik” sorular büyük ağırlık kazandı. Artık sadece teknoloji devi şirketler değil Start-up’lar da proje ve girişimlerinde etik soruları göz önüne alıyorlar. Teknolojinin gelişmesiyle birlikte akademi ve endüstride karşımıza çıkan “yapay zekâ etiği” üzerine çalışan dünyada öncü inisiyatiflerden Boston/İstanbul merkezli AI Ethics Lab’ın kurucusu Cansu Canca ile Workinton olarak gerçekleştireceğimiz iş birliklerini konuşuyor, İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi ve IBM’den değerli misafirlerimiz ile akademi ve endüstri alanlarında etik soruların geleceğini tartışıyoruz.”
Invited Panel (June 26): Artificial Intelligence + Ethics
About bang. Prix:
“bang. Prix program is organized by ArtBizTech and curated by Esra Özkan. It aims to inspire innovative business and technology ideas and support young people from different disciplines such as fine arts, engineering, design and genetics who combine science and technology with artistic perspectives.”
Invited Panel: Artificial Intelligence: Impact and Future Prospects
About the event:
“Barcelona Innovation Day, the largest display to date of Barcelona’s knowledge ecosystem abroad powered by SciTech DiploHub with the collaboration of Harvard Kennedy School, the Delegation of the Government of Catalonia to the US, ACCIÓ and Biocat.
This event will bring together the most relevant stakeholders from academia, startups, industry, and public institutions from Barcelona and Boston to strengthen relationships between both ecosystems, promote the excellence of their research institutions and companies, and showcase best practices in science, technology and innovation, particularly in the fields of life sciences and AI.”
Deep Dive Workshop (May 23): Ethics Analysis in Product Development
An interactive, discussion-based workshop that helps participants identify and think through ethical issues that arise in developing an AI product.Working in groups, participants will apply core ethical concepts to a particular product in development. Groups will focus on different stages of the development process, identifying the relevant ethical concerns, revealing the value trade-offs, and devising solutions or safeguards to mitigate risks. This exercise introduces participants to ethics analysis during & of AI products while utilizing their own expertise in the process.
Invited Talk: Artificial Intelligence – the Potential in Policing and the Ethical Questions (April 14)
About the summit:
“Around the globe, progressive public safety leaders are moving the needle on innovation – they’re designing new policing services, building new digital operating models, and fostering new organizational cultures. Yet amidst all the innovation and change one element is imperative: Solid results require leaders to sustain transformation.”
Invited Keynote: IRBs for AI: An Unintelligent Choice (April 13)
About the conference:
SUNY Oneonta Philosophy Department hosts one of the longest running undergraduate philosophy conferences in the United States.For one weekend in April, students from around the U.S. and from outside of the U.S. meet to present and discuss their research in all areas of philosophy.
Invited Panel: Law, Ethics, and AI (April 9)
Dr. Cansu Canca, Founder of the AI Ethics Lab
Prof. Mark Lemley, Director of the Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology
Prof. Eduardo Magrani, ITS Rio/FGV/IBMEC/PUC-Rio
Talk: Consent in AI-Coaches
About the event:
“Designs, whether implicitly or explicitly, cite core values that drive their development and marketing. Efficiency and profit are two common principles that push design.Informed Experiences, Designing Consent offers a space to consider centering consent as a core value of design. We invite creative individuals, researchers, ethicists, and designers, especially those with burning questions, critical theories, and insightful projects about design practices and consent.”
AI Ethics 101 (March 24)
Integrating Ethics into the AI R&D (March 25)
About the event:
“The World Data Science Forum is [bitgrit’s] effort to foster a culture of open communication and provide a glimpse into the diversity that can be found in the world of data science. This conference-style event brings together speakers spanning across a wealth of different backgrounds to share their insights on the use of data science in the world – coming from the worlds of not only industry and academia, but also local data science movements and more.”
Invited Keynote: Integrating Ethics into AI Research and Development
About the event:
“The aim of Digital Transformation Summit is simple: to help leaders gain new and informed perspective on the intersection of technology and business. This year, we focus on AI, ethics, and the implications for business decision makers.”
Panel: The Future of AI
This event will bring together speakers who are internationally acknowledged due their innovations, initiatives, and new approaches in their respective fields. The event will be composed of 5 sessions.
Speakers include Canan Dağdeviren (MIT), Cansu Canca (AI Ethics Lab), Cüneyt Özdemir (CNN), Erdoğan Çeşmeli (IBM Watson), and Gökhan Hotamışlıgil (Harvard).
Invited Talk: AI Ethics – The Basics: What? Why? How?
Popular culture often directs our attention to a future with evil robots and AI that ends the world. But AI systems are already part of our everyday lives and they bring plenty of ethical questions with them. In this talk, organized by Turkish Ethics and Reputation Society (TEID), Cansu Canca (AI Ethics Lab) and Burcu Tuzcu Esin (Moroglu Arseven) will explore the ethical and legal questions in relation to AI systems that we face here and now.
Our Talks (December 16):
Machine Learning in Healthcare and its Effects on Clinical Research – by Cansu Canca
A New Viral Epistemology – by Laura Haaber Ihle
The theme of the 11th International Conference on Applied Ethics is “Science, Technology, and Future Generations”.
Talk: AI-Robots Shaping Human Decisions
Robots that use AI systems have the capacity to interact with people as intelligent agents. This interaction becomes almost seamless when such robots process and use natural language to converse with individuals and utilize facial and bodily expressions to complement the conversation. As natural language processing, speech synthesis, and robot expressiveness develop further, we should expect AI-robots to ‘blend in’ to our normal course of life as companions and coaches among others. Such AI-robots present novel ethical questions regarding their communication of information. Decisions that determine how AI-robots communicate information will affect individuals’ knowledge formation, decision-making, and goal determination.
Workshop: Quo Vadis Human, Transhuman, Posthuman? (November 28)
Invited Talk: IRBs for AI: An Unintelligent Choice (November 29)
“Middle East Technical University Department of Philosophy and Center of Applied Ethics (UEAM) organize the 3rd National Congress of Applied Ethics. With rapid developments in science and technology and transformations in social life, the search for answers to ethical questions has become inevitable. It is the responsibility of all researchers, especially philosophers, to determine and evaluate the ethical dimensions of the impacts of these developments on human and environment. In the 3rd Applied Ethics Congress, we focus on the ethical issues that arise in the fields of science, technology, humanitarian and sustainable development with philosophical dimensions.”