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“AI in Asia: 인공지능과 윤리, 안전, 그리고 사회적 영향” 국제 컨퍼런스

  • 일시: 2016년 12월 16일(금) 09:30 ~ 17:30
  • 장소: 고려대학교 법학대학원 CJ 법학관 지하 및 CJ 베리타스 홀

 

AI IN ASIA – 16 DECEMBER 2016

ETHICS, SAFETY AND SOCIETAL IMPACT

The AI in Asia series is organised by the Digital Asia Hub in collaboration with the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University.

The Seoul event is held in collaboration with Korea University Legal Research Institute, the AI Research Institute (AIRI), the Software Policy & Research Institute (SPRi), the Judicial Policy Research Institute (JPRI) of the Supreme Court of Korea, and Open Net Korea.

 

[Welcome remarks]

  • Malavika Jayaram, Executive Director, Digital Asia Hub
  • Dr. Jewan Kim, President, Korea University Legal Research Institute
  • Dr. Myung-Joon Kim, Executive Director, Software Policy & Research Institute

 

[Opening Keynote]

  • Dr. Urs Gasser, Executive Director, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Chairman of the Board, Digital Asia Hub
  • Dr. Jin-Hyung Kim, Artificial Intelligence Research Institute

 

[SESSION 1: AI + ETHICS]

  1. “An AI Pattern Language” – Madeleine Claire Elish, Columbia University
  2. “Can AI Learn Ethics?” – Yun-Myung Kim, SPRi
  3. “What AI Ethics can Learn from Robot Ethics and Machine Ethics” – Peter Asaro, School of Media Studies, the New School
  4. “Algorithmification of Ethics” – Chi-Hyung Jeon, KAIST

 

[SESSION 2: AI + LAW ]

  1. Dr. Urs Gasser, Executive Director, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University and Professor of Practice, Harvard Law School
  2. “Legal Issues of Autonomous Vehicles” – Keechang Kim, Korea Uni Law School
  3. “Granting Rights and Responsibility on Robots” – K.S. Park, Korea Uni Law School

 

[Afternoon Lightnings]

  1. “Concrete Problems in AI Safety” – Chris Olah, Google Research (by VC)
  2. “AI and Jobs in Asia” – Jae-seung Jeong, KAIST

 

[SESSION 3: AI + SAFETY and SOCIAL IMPACT]

  1. “Safety of AI or AI for Safety” – Sung-Bae Cho, Yonsei University
  2. “AI for safe online game chats” – Yun-Gyung Cheong, SKKU
  3. “The limits of algorithms and the implications for AI safety” – Steve Wilson, VP& Principal Analyst, Constellation Research, Australia
  4. “Proprietary AI vs. Humanity: Agency, Identity and the New Social Contract” – Matthew Stender, Tech Ethicist, Artist & Advocate, Berlin
  5. “Robots on the road to Tokyo Olympics 2020: Complexity and the Social Impact of AI in Japan” – Toshie Takahashi, Waseda University, Japan
  6. “AI Story So Far” – Sara Watson, Writer in Residence, Digital Asia Hub

 

[SESSION 4: AI + TRANSPARENCY]

  1. “Algorithmic transparency as public reason” – Reuben Binns, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford and part of Research Team on Project SOCIAM: The Theory and Practice of Social Machines
  2. “The relationship between AI, transparency and open data – especially in Taiwan/Asia” – TH Schee, Open Knowledge Foundation, Taiwan
  3. “Technology Assessment of AI” – Yoon-Chung Kim, Assoc Researcher, KISTEP

 

[Closing Keynote]

  • “Framing a Research Agenda: Envisioning the Role of Academia Going Forward” – Malavika Jayaram, Executive Director, Digital Asia Hub
  • Closing note of appreciation – Moon Hyuk Ho, President, JPRI

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