The Carnegie Mellon University - K&L Gates Conference on Ethics and AI

9-10 April 2018       Presenters: David J. Lehman, Dorothy K. Robinson

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As humans rely more on artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics, we encounter both enormous opportunities and great risk. Public debate and discussion has spiked in response — arguing the effects on the workforce, social justice, fairness, privacy and many other sectors of society.

This two-day conference brought together thought leaders from academia, industry, government and the media to go beyond the slogans and soundbites. These interdisciplinary talks aim to engage all affected communities, and identify ways in which new technologies support and advance humanity.

The webcast recording includes:

  • Opening of the conference
  • Equity of Access & Equity of Impact
  • K&L Gates Distinguished Lecture in Ethics and Computational Technology
  • Awarding of K&L Gates Professorship in Ethics and Computational Technologies;
  • Professorship Spotlight
  • Trust
  • Policy & Governance
  • Agency & Empowerment
    K&L Gates Career Development Professorship in Ethics and Computational Technologies

The Carnegie Mellon University - K&L Gates Conference on Ethics and AI