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Trustworthy AI

11/17/2020 | 08:30 - 09:45 | Main Conference Hall


- Time schedule in France & Germany :  8:30 to 9:45
- Time schedule in Japan : 16:30 to 17:45
In addition to a multitude of expectations, the development of AI technologies also brings challenges and risks, which are becoming the subject of increasing public debate. This discussion focuses on efforts to prevent any misuse of these “intelligent” technologies for the profit or at the expense of some.
This session will discuss how to ensure the fair, accountable, transparent, robust and secure implementation of AI models in our societies.

What advantages do Japan, France and Germany have in working together (i.e. scientists, companies, political decision-makers, etc.) on this subject? Why? How can we improve co-operation and what are the current brakes and deadlocks?


  • Prof. Jean-Gabriel Ganascia Prof. Jean-Gabriel Ganascia
    Head of ACASA-LIP6 team (UMR 7606 CNRS), chairman of the CNRS Ethics Committee (COMETS), Sorbonne University
  • Mr. Julien Chiaroni Mr. Julien Chiaroni
    Director of the Great Challenges on Trustworthy AI, French Innovation Council
  • Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge
    Professor and Director, TUM Institut for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, Technical University of Munich (TUM)
  • Prof. Akiko Aizawa Prof. Akiko Aizawa
    Professor, Digital Content and Media Science Research Devision, National Institute of Informatics
  • Prof. Toshiya Jitsuzumi Prof. Toshiya Jitsuzumi
    Dean, Graduate School of Policy Studies, faculty of Policy Studies, Chuo University