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Human-Centric AI

11/16/2020 | 11:15 - 12:15 | Main Conference Hall

Description

- Time schedule in France & Germany :  11:15 to 12:15
- Time schedule in Japan : 19:15 to 20:15
The concept of human-centric AI is used in various countries and this is actually the title of the whole event. But what is and what should be “human-centric AI” or “AI for humanity”? Can we be confident that what we are building is working properly? Human wisdom is being challenged on a range of issues that AI raises today, including privacy, fairness, safety, democracy and sustainability. We need to think not only about what we discuss, but also how and with whom we discuss it in terms of diversity and inclusion.
In this session, we will discuss the interaction between humans, society and AI, rooted in the cultures and contexts of each country.

Speakers

  • Dr. Arisa Ema Dr. Arisa Ema
    Project Assistant Professor, Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo
  • Dr. Anne Bouverot Dr. Anne Bouverot
    Chairperson, Fondation Abeona / Chairperson, Technicolor
  • MinR Wolfgang Teves MinR Wolfgang Teves
    Head of the division "Digital Strategy; Key Policy Issues of the Information Society" at the Federal Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection; Bureau-Member of the Ad-hoc-Commitee in Artificial Intelligence / Council of Europe
  • Dr. Yuko Harayama Dr. Yuko Harayama
    Executive Director, RIKEN
  • Ms. Gabriela Ramos Ms. Gabriela Ramos
    Assistant Director-General, Social and Human Sciences, UNESCO