Artificial Intelligence and Ethics Conference | Duke Kunshan University

Artificial Intelligence and Ethics Conference

E.g., 10/28/2020
E.g., 10/28/2020
11/05 - 11/06
09:30 to 21:30
AB 3107 / Online

This conference will consist of panel discussions focusing on four topics: safety, justice, morality, and privacy. Each panel discussion will begin with 15-minute opening statements from each expert, be followed by a time for experts to ask each other questions, and end with a moderated Q&A with the audience.

Register through the following link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9AddGI738qg9Qln.

You will be required to provide an email address for updates on information and the URLs for the panel discussions you are interested in. We will use your email address only for the purposes of disseminating conference-related information and will delete it once the conference ends.

AI & Safety
Nov. 5 @ 9-10:30 am (China)
Nov. 4 @ 8-9:30 pm (North Carolina, U.S.)
Moderator: Daniel Lim (Duke Kunshan)
Zoom & AB 3107 (snacks provided)

AI & Justice
Nov. 5 @ 9-10:30 pm (China)
Nov. 5 @ 8-9:30 am (North Carolina, U.S.)
Moderator: Vincent Conitzer (Duke)
Zoom (link provided after completion of online registration)

AI & Morality
Nov. 6 @ 9-10:30 am (China)
Nov. 5 @ 8-9:30 pm (North Carolina, U.S.)
Moderator: Walter Sinnott-Armstrong (Duke)
Zoom & AB 3107 (snacks provided)

AI & Privacy
Nov. 6 @ 9-10:30 pm (China)
Nov. 6 @ 8-9:30 am (North Carolina, U.S.)
Moderator: Jana Schaich Borg (Duke)
Zoom (link provided after completion of online registration)

Program Committee
Daniel Lim, associate professor of philosophy, Duke Kunshan University
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Chauncey Stillman Professor of Practical Ethics, Duke University
Xuan Zhou, professor of data science and engineering, East China Normal University

More info: https://sites.duke.edu/dkuhumanities/projects/petal/petal-conference/