Data and Ethics in AI: how will German EU presidency shape prospects?
Artificial Intelligence has the potential to be a key driver of economic development, proposing solutions to societal challenges, creating efficiencies, and aiding decision-making. But as AI increasingly makes decisions on which we rely, the ethical implications become more important.
Expectations are high ahead of the European Commission’s forthcoming proposals, especially in light of the current digital focus of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU.
In conversation with a special guest from one of Germany’s leading universities on AI, the Technical University of Munich (TUM), as well as with guests from the European Commission and industry, this event will discuss the role of ethics, along with the broader AI agenda in light of the German Presidency, which intends to promote the use of the technology – like AI – in economic recovery across all sectors, and places a special emphasis on developing AI in the health sector.
We aim to explore answers to some ethical questions on AI such as:
- Is it possible, or even advisable, to use machine learning-base approaches to help, for example, doctors with decisions in everyday clinical practice?
- How can AI-based software be regulated and certified based on compatibility with social and technical norms?
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Dr. Christoph Lütge – Director of the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI)
Elizabeth Crossick – Head of Government Affairs EU, RELX Group plc
Kilian Gross – Head of Unit, Technologies and Systems for Digitising Industry, DG CONNECT
Robert Madelin – Chairman, FIPRA International
Jacki Davis – Brussels-based convenor and moderator
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