AI, Human Values and Meaningful Human Control

In our everyday life, we are often exposed to outputs of AI-powered machines that impact our living environment, our way to see the world, and our life in general. Sometimes, machines are designed to allow just a predetermined range of possible reactions, limiting the users’ decisions and their liberty to explore other ways to react to their output. Even in those cases in which machines are not designed with the intent of impacting human choices or values, their outcome might bear unexpected consequences for human values’ formation and consolidation. 

The conference aims at addressing ethical issues of the impact of machines on human choices and value formation. Another important line of questioning will concern human oversight and control of autonomous systems. More specifically, how can humans retain meaningful human control (MHC) over these machines?

We are currently accepting abstract submissions. For more information on the conference topic and possible lines of questioning, see the call for abstracts.

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Date:
22-23 June 2023

Location:
University of Bonn
Center for Science and Thought
Konrad-Zuse Platz 1-3, 53227 Bonn

Invited Speakers

Organisation

Avatar Genovesi

Sergio Genovesi

Avatar Robbins

Scott Robbins

Avatar Cassina

Marta Cassina

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