• Naja L. Holten Møller

    Assistant professor, KU

    Bio: Naja Holten Møller is an assistant professor at Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen, and founder of the Confronting Data Co-lab www.confrontingdata.dk. Her research focuses on democratic principles of participation, agency and accountability in technology use- and design. It explores how data, automation and artificial intelligence introduce continual forms of change for public decision-making-, but also for citizens and others who engage with these processes.

    Title of presentation: Ethical Dilemmas in AI

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Main Stage
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by University of Copenhagen in collaboration with SCIENCE AI Center and AI Pioneer Center
       
      The technologies behind artificial intelligence is developing rapidly and impacts human society. How do we develop and facilitate a European brand of trustworthy, ethical AI that enhances Human capabilities and empowers citizens and society to effectively deal with the challenges of an interconnected globalized world? How do your company deal with the challenges AI?
       
      Program:
      Introduction: David Dreyer Lassen, Prorector, University of Copenhagen 
      Scientific Talk: “Ethical dilemmas in AI” Naja Holten Møller, Assistant Professor, DIKU, KU
      Business Talk: “Towards an Ethical AI” Corti, Lars Maaløe, CTO, Corti
      Business Talk:  "Ethical pitfalls in human-facing AI — and what to do about them", Joachim Bingel, Hero
      Business Talk: “Dilemmas of Artificial Intelligence and Artificial mindset”, Niels Zibrandtsen, Chairman, Zibra,
       
      Session coordinator: Camilla Arffmann, DIKU
      Facilitator: Anders Pall Skött, DIKU
      AI Session 1: Humane AI
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