Carnegie Mellon University

Ethics conference

March 01, 2018

CMU To Host Conference on Ethics and AI

Thought leaders from industry, academia, government and the media will explore the ethical, social, and policy issues surrounding emerging technologies April 9-10 at the first Carnegie Mellon University - K&L Gates Conference on Ethics and AI.

"Computational technologies, particularly AI and robotics, are often developed and deployed without enough public engagement or discussion about their impacts," said conference co-chair David Danks, head of CMU's Philosophy Department and the L.L. Thurstone Professor of Philosophy and Psychology. "One goal of the conference is to bring together experts from a variety of fields to ensure that our technologies support and advance our collective values and interests.”

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