Artificial Intelligence (AI) changes our lives rapidly and extensively. What are opportunities that AI offers us? And what are possible risks? Do we have to set an ethical framework? How can this look like?
AI should make life easier and more efficient not only for business but also for humans. But many also hope that it will solve all occurring problems – from famine to cures for diseases. There is positive potential, but there is also some criticism when it comes to the use of AI. For example, who is liable if AI causes damage? When it can be no longer controlled? Do we have to set an ethical framework? And if so, what should it look like?
Together with experts we want to discuss these topics on December, 5th at 7 p.m. at Deutsche Telekom’s corporate headquarters and take a look at them from different perspectives. Background is the initiative “Digital Responsablity” of Deutsche Telekom, which was established in 2016 in order to examine the effects of digitalization.
In addition, you will find an exhibition of selected AI exhibits in the foyer which can be explored before and after the event.
So be part when it says:
Artificial Intelligence and ethics: all good, or what?
December, 5th 2018, 7 p.m.
Deutsche Telekom Group Headquarters
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 140, 53113 Bonn, Germany
Entry free, Admission: from 6 p.m.
Afterwards there will be a get-together with snacks and drinks
- Dr. Janina Loh, Robot ethicist, Institute for Philosophy at the University of Vienna
- Prof. Dr. Christian Bauckhage, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Bonn and Scientific Director of the Fraunhofer Center for Machine Learning
- Dr. Nils Lenke, Research Director of Conversational AI at Nuance
- Claudia Nemat, Board Member for Technology & Innovation at Deutsche Telekom