AI, algorithms and data – Rights & Ethics

Dato - 05/12/2022
10:00 - 15:00

Seminar: AI, algorithms and data – Rights & Ethics

A seminar developed by UBVA (the Committee for the Protection of Scientific and Scholarly Work) at the Confederation of Professional Associations in Denmark together with the Danish UNESCO National Commission.

How do we control, or can we control AI, data and algorithms for our ability and values in shaping our future ourselves within a human and democratic society. As algorithms are decided and coded by humans, we must ensure that algorithms feeding emerging technologies are based on a fundamental human rights approach including high ethical standards. It should also be a solution based on the principle that data ownership belongs to the citizens, not the state or the tech industry.

Meet among others Virginia Dignum professor of Computer science; Nayla Glaise, president of Eurocadres; Patreek Sibal, Lead of the AI Team at the section of Digital Information and Transformation at UNESCO; Irina Shklovski, professor at Copenhagen University; Kim Skov Hilding, Danish Standard  Morten Rosenmeier, professor and president of the UBVA; Andreas Marckmann, editor-in-chief, Martin Ulbrich, EU commission; Bent Ole Gram Mortensen, UBVA, professor at the University of Southern Denmark; Sine Nørholm Just, ADD, Professor at Roskilde University; Magnus Ag, IMS  and take part in the debate on the topic:

The seminar will take place as a hybrid event at DM, “Akademikertårnet” Frederiksberg, Copenhagen on the 5th of December 2022 from 10 to 15.

Read more about the seminar and see the full programme here.

Free of cost inclusive lunch.

“First come – first served”.

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