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Towards an Ethics by Design in AI?

Thursday 11 January 2024
France : Campus Grand Paris

Towards an Ethics by Design in AI?

The seminar is organised by SKEMA Center for Artificial Intelligence (SCAI).

During the early stages of technological development, it is easy to control or modify the technology but difficult to predict the impacts of the new technology. On the contrary, in the late stages of technological development, the impacts of the technology are easily assessed but it becomes difficult to modify the technology. 

This  ‘dilemma of Collingridge’ is commonly considered as one of the best ways to figure out the impossible task of AI Ethics. However, these last years have seen the emergence of Ethics by Design for AI. I will suggest that this dilemma could and should be exited thanks to an Ethics by Design of AI which (i) situates ethics at every step of the process, (ii) relies on a reflective equilibrium between theory and practice, (iii) relies on a care approach and not only a risk approach.

​​​Speaker : 

- Vanessa Nurock, Full Professor in Philosophy and Deputy Director of the Research Center in History of Ideas (CRHI) Université Côte d’Azur.

- Adrien Vansteelant - Development Manager of SKEMA Venture​.

- Ludovic Dibiaggio, Professor of economics, SKEMA Business School.​​

The event will take place in room 3.216 on the Grand Paris Campus and Teams​. ​

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