Generative AI’s Gappiness: Meaningfulness, Authorship, and the Credit-Blame Asymmetry
Wann: Di, 21.11.2023, 18:15 Uhr bis 19:45 Uhr
Wo: Universität Hamburg, Hauptgebäude, Flügel West / Main Building, West Wing, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, 20146 Hamburg, Raum 221 / Room 221
Prof. Dr. Sven Nyholm, Professur für Ethik der Künstlichen Intelligenz, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, München, D
Taming the Machine
The Ethics in Information Technology Public Lecture Series
This semester’s edition of "Taming the Machines" explores the interrelated ethical, political, and technological aspects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in an interdisciplinary way.
AI-driven technologies are increasingly shaping the world we live in, sparking growing ethical scrutiny. As a result, it appears more and more urgent that societies collectively address how and in what way the further development of such technologies might be tangibly influenced. And, importantly, by whom this task should be advanced and according to which agendas? Ethicists, legislators, designers, and engineers, each bring distinct expertise and capacities to the multiplicity of social issues raised by these technologies, yet the perspectives and approaches they offer may or may not be complimentary or even simultaneously realisable (let alone mutually satisfactory). Amidst the rising tensions surrounding the AI driven transformation of our shared social space, particularly in the domain of governance and regulation, this lecture series asks how we might best accompany innovation in AI and realise ethically desirable future outcomes. In other words, to delve into the questions of what it means to live well in a society that is increasingly driven by AI tools? What design and regulative choices ought we make? What social infrastructures and normative frameworks might be needed for the future handling of emerging technologies? How could or should openness to innovation be reconciled with defending and developing the ideals of a free and democratic society under the rule of law?
To explore these and other related questions, this public lecture series invites distinguished researchers from computer science, philosophy, and political theory to present and discuss their work. To get the latest updates and details how to attend the lectures, please visit https://www.inf.uni-hamburg.de/en/inst/ab/eit/taming-the-machines/winter23-24.html
Tuesday 18:15 – 19:45 (CET), Main Building, Edmund-Siemers-Allee 1, West Wing, Room 221
Prof. Dr. Judith Simon, Professor for Ethics in Information Technology, Universität Hamburg