SIENNA project final conference - Session on AI, ethics and human rights, March 11th, 13.30 - 17.30 hr

Open to all !  Please register.

Full programme at https://www.sienna-project.eu/final-conference/preliminary-programme/  (registration link on left)

March 11th, 13:30-17:30 CET Artificial Intelligence and Robotics:  Ethical, legal and human rights challenges

13:30
Introduction and key findings
Anaïs Ressegiuer, PhD, Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

14:00 The SIENNA multistakeholder strategy for ethical AI and robotics, with Q&A
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

14:30 Break

14:40 AI and robotics: regulatory and policy recommendations
Rowena Rodrigues, PhD, Senior Research Manager, Trilateral Research

15:25 Break

15:40 AI and robotics: instruments for ethical guidance
- Research ethics framework
- Ethics by design
- Incorporating contextual factors in AI ethics
Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente
Brandt Dainow, PostDoc, University of Twente
Anaïs Ressegiuer, PhD, Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

16:25Break

16:40 Panel discussion: strategies for future ethical and human rights challenges of AI and robotics
Cornelia Kutterer, Senior Director on Microsoft’s European Government Affairs team in Brussels
Lee Hibbard, Council of Europe and DiploFoundation 
Clara Neppel, Senior Director of the IEEE European office
Vidushi Marda, Article 19 and Carnegie India

17:30 End

See also our Friday programme, with a keynote by Wendell Wallach, Yale University and The Hastings Center, USA

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