Session

The Effects of AI and Automated Decision Making

Saturday, Sep 7
13:00 — 15:00
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Session

The Effects of AI and Automated Decision Making

This session is part of Techfestival: a 3-day festival in Copenhagen with 200+ events on humans and technology.
Interested? Great! Register to let us know you’re joining.

It Doesn’t Have To Be So Complicated!

This workshop is about the trade-offs we make when we automate decision-making. We will ask you to consider what are the gains and drawbacks we face as professionals and citizens in an A.I.-saturated world. 

What ethical standards should you and your organization get rid of when dealing with the effects of A.I., what standards should we preserve, and what kinds of standards do we need to create from the ground up?

We want you to leave this workshop with a specific list of actions you can take in your field of interest, that will help you to identify important effects of A.I. for you and for your network.

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Hosts

Petko Karadechev

Petko is a PhD fellow, at Aalborg University Copenhagen.  He co-created a movie about the effects of AI deployment in a Japanese insurance company.

Tom Børsen

Tom is an Associate Professor at Aalborg University, where his interests in ethical technology assessment and robust technologies through action research are channelled in the Techno-Anthropology program.

Jorge Ivan Contreras Cardeño

Jorge is an engineer, recently graduated from the Techno-Anthropology Master’s program. His main interests are currently focused on the practical improvement of unintended consequences from technological developments.

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