The Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions is hosting a webinar titled “Increasing Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Approaches and Limitations” on September 22 at 12:30 p.m. CST.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been transforming our lives and offering valuable applications in business, medicine, and communication. However, it is difficult to understand the decision-making processes of this complex technology. This webinar will consider questions related to trust in AI:
- How much trust can we put in machines?
- How can more insight into the decision-making processes be gained?
- What are ways to evaluate and monitor technology?
- How can adequate assessments and regulations be developed?
- Is trust the right concept at all when interacting with AI?
Guest speakers include:
- Jason Borenstein, Director of Graduate Research Ethics Programs, Georgia Institute of Technology.
- Hille Haker, Richard McCormick, S.J., Endowed Chair of Catholic Moral Theology at Loyola University Chicago.
- Roberto Zicari, an affiliated professor, Yrkeshögskolan Arcada, Helsinki, Finland; adjunct professor, Seoul National University, South Korea; leads a team of international experts on Z-Inspection®, an assessment process for Trustworthy AI.
To join this event, register via Eventbrite.
This event is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions.