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July 15, 2019

The good, the bad, and the machine: current discourse on the ethical challenges facing AI-based technologies

Lecture series is part of the “One uni – a book” from the research group reason[Ing.], researching the topic of ethics in engineering science

Time
July 15, 2019 5:30 PM   until 7:00 PM  

Nele Heise is a lecturer for digital media and communication and sees herself as a mediator between science and wider society. She will be speaking about ethical guidelines and the current discourse surrounding ethical challenges facing AI-based technologies. She was a junior researcher at the Hans Bredow Institute, scientific assistant and lecturer at the University of Hamburg and, most recently, for ANNA - Das vernetzte Leben (iRights e.V.), a project focusing on algorithms and AI in everyday life.

This lecture is organized by the University of Stuttgart’s research group reason[Ing.], together with the IZKT.

University of Stuttgart
room V57.05
Pfaffenwaldring 57
70569  Stuttgart
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