HI Ethics Forum: Ethics of AI Hype 6.6.2024

Hybrid Intelligence (HI) research programme organizes HI Ethics Forum to explore and discuss the ethics of AI with different visiting researchers. AI hype is everywhere, but what about the ethics of it?
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Warmly welcome to join online on Thursday 6th of June
to HI Ethics Forum, where we dive into the very important, but not so hyped topic of the Ethics of AI Hype.
Zoom 13-14.30

Keynotes speakers:
Johanna Ahola-Launonen (Aalto University) and
Lauri Tuovinen (University of Oulu).

Chair: Susanne Uusitalo from Hybrid Intelligence research programme (University of Oulu).

The event is only online in Zoom. Register here to get the zoom link.

About keynote speakers

Johanna Ahola-Launonen is a postdoctoral researcher at Aalto University Business School (Philosophy of Management) with her research project Technological expectations and justice in the bioeconomy, funded by the Maj and Tor Nessling Foundation. She defended her doctoral thesis “Hijacking responsibility – Philosophical studies on health distribution” at the University of Helsinki (Social and Moral Philosophy) in 2018. Her current research interests are a combination of philosophy of technology, science and technology studies, political philosophy, and methodologies in applied ethics.

Lauri Tuovinen is a postdoctoral researcher in BISG research unit, DataAI research group at the University of Oulu Unlike most other DataAI members, his educational background is in computer science, and he has approached research problems primarily from the perspective of the processes and architectures that enable efficient implementation and deployment of AI solutions. He is also interested in ethical and social issues related to artificial intelligence.

Last updated: 17.5.2024