Artificial Intelligence:
Ethical Challenges

27 Jan 2022
19:00 - 20:30
online lecture & discussion
About the lecture
Lecture will be delivered in English with simultaneous translation into Russian
Philip Brey will present and discuss the main ethical challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how they could be dealt with.

AI is an extremely powerful technology that could bring many benefits to society. AI is currently transforming how businesses operate, how government operates, how healthcare, law enforcement and education work, and how people communicate and find information. In recent years, it has been recognised that AI could also have major ethical challenges that, if unanswered, could threaten both the individual and the state. These include challenges to privacy, fairness, liberty, and the quality of society and its democratic processes, amongst others.

In this talk, Brey will discuss how these challenges emerge, what their potential consequences are, and how they can be met by various actors, including developers of AI, users, policymakers, and others.
Philip Brey
Prof. dr. Philip Brey is a professor of philosophy and ethics of technology at the Department of Philosophy, University of Twente.

In his research, he investigates social, political and ethical issues in the development, use and regulation of technology in society. His focus is on new and emerging technologies, with special attention to artificial intelligence and digital technologies. He was one of the first to study the ethical implications of many emerging technologies, including social media, virtual reality, care robots, smart surveillance systems, Internet-of-Things and 3D printing.

Brey is a former president of the International Society for Ethics and Information Technology (INSEIT) and of the Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT). He has coordinated major research projects in ethics of technology in the European Union and the Netherlands, including the ethics of artificial intelligence.
Thursday, 27 January 2022, 19:00 MSK
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