Autonomous driving, industrial production, medical diagnosis, stock market investments, warfare – Artificial Intelligence is penetrating and revolutionizing countless aspects of our lives right down to selecting which TV program to watch. Its use and impact however raise questions of responsibility and morality: How is AI affecting our societies? How trustworthy are AI-based systems? Where should we set limits?
The sixth DWIH Coffee Talk will focus on the ethics of AI. Moderator Axel Karpenstein (DAAD) is in discussion with Prof. Dr. Shoko Suzuki (Kyoto University / RIKEN) and Prof. Dr. Ute Schmid (University of Bamberg), together they set out to explore the ethical questions involved in the use of artificial intelligence and to examine how recent research can help us fathom the social, economic, as well as environmental impact and create guiding principles.
Questions to the guests can be posted here: https://app.sli.do/event/xtdbrjzf/live/questions
Please find more information here: https://www.dwih-tokyo.org/en/event/coffeetalk6/
English / Japanese (with simultaneous interpretation)
Please register for this event via https://www.daad.de/surveys/814117?lang=en