Increasing Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Approaches and Limitations
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?
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, 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
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This event is sponsored by the Center for the Study of Ethics in the Professions.