About this Event
There are several key ethical issues in AI that have garnered significant attention:
1. Bias and Discrimination:
AI systems can reflect and perpetuate biases present in the data they are trained on, leading to discriminatory outcomes and reinforcing societal inequalities.
2. Privacy and Data Protection:
AI often relies on vast amounts of data, raising concerns about the collection, storage, and potential misuse of personal information.
3. Transparency and Explainability:
The lack of transparency in some AI algorithms makes it difficult to understand the reasoning behind their decisions, raising concerns about accountability and trust.
4. Autonomous Weapons:
The development of AI-powered autonomous weapons raises ethical concerns about the potential loss of human control over life-and-death decisions in armed conflicts.
5. Job Displacement and Economic Impact:
The automation of certain tasks through AI can lead to job displacement and economic disruption, requiring thoughtful approaches to support affected individuals and communities.
6. Algorithmic Accountability:
Determining who is responsible for the actions or decisions made by AI systems can be challenging, especially in cases where harm occurs.
Addressing these ethical issues requires careful consideration, interdisciplinary collaboration, and the development of policies and guidelines that prioritize fairness, transparency, and the well-being of individuals and society as a whole.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Gorrissen Federspiel, Axel Towers, Axeltorv 2, Copenhagen , Denmark