Meaningful human control of AI decisions – Pre 02 2019

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18 June 2019 | 12:00-14:00 | EVEREST 1 & 2
Consolidated programme 2019 overview

Proposals assigned to this session: ID 56, 84, 146, 163, 164, 173 – list of all proposals as pdf

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Session teaser

When AI takes over, how can we, as humans, stay in control? How can we ensure that artificial intelligence is open to human intervention? Which decisions might be made by artificial intelligence and which definitely not?

Session description

Artificial intelligence has huge economic and social potential. As a consequence the technology is used more and more throughout various sectors. This varies from algorithms that decide which news items you are presented on the websites you visit to algorithms which support doctors and judges with their diagnoses and verdicts. In the future ever more decisions will be made or influenced by algorithms. Because of this, many questions arise. Such as: How do we, as humans, stay in control? How can we ensure that artificial intelligence is open to human intervention? Which decisions should be made by artificial intelligence and which not? The answers are crucial for the trust in artificial intelligence by society.

Format

The first half of the session, the speakers will provide their insights into the issue. After that, the moderator will open up the floor for a lively discussion.

People

Focal Point

  • Daphne Salvino

Organising Team (Org Team) List them here as they sign up.

  • Amali De Silva-Mitchell
  • Artemia-Dimitra Korovesi
  • Stefania Grottola

Key Participants

  • Valerie Frissen, Professor Digital Technologies and Social Change at Leiden University, CEO at SIDN fund
  • Tin Geber, Social Innovation Specialist at Hivos
  • Linnet Taylor, Associate Professor at Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT)

Moderator

  • Mieke van Heesewijk, Program manager at SIDN Fund