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AI and Ethics: Disentangling a complicated relationship

Recording from AI Lund lunch seminar 8 March 2023

Topic: AI and Ethics: Disentangling a complicated relationship

Speaker: Dr. Hermann Diebel-Fischer, TU Dresden & ScaDS.AI

Moderator: Alexandros Sopasakis, Senior lecturer, Mathematics, Lund University

When: 8 March at 12.00-13.15

Where: Online 

Spoken language: English


The development and deployment of machine learning-based technology is accompanied by a variety of ethics-related debates, such as those which are concerned with unwanted biases. This talk will focus on (im)possibilities of equipping AI/ML-based technologies with ethics. What do we actually want and where can we identify a good starting point for such an endeavour? Does this burden rest on those who engineer such products or rather on those who order such products—or on a completely different group
Do you think this is possible? Please let me know!