Ethics and Accountability

Pagliari, C. (Assessor)

Activity: Academic talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Description

The continued advancement of intelligent technologies holds significant socio-economic potential, but it also raises a number of challenges, from organisational implementation to policy, data protection, security and ethics. This session examined the balance of innovation and risk and ways to ensure implementation maximises the benefits of automation and mitigates the dangers. 13:50 Ethics and Accountability Ethics by design in intelligent automation Transparency and accountability Decentralised vs centralised models Mission creep and Boundaries Communication and terminology Claudia Pagliari, Director of Global eHealth, University of Edinburgh & Chair, National Expert Group on Digital Ethics
Period27 Aug 0202
Event titleIntelligent Automation Summit 2020
Event typeConference
LocationEdinburgh, United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Algorithms
  • AI
  • Ethics
  • Data Ethics
  • Digital Ethics
  • Accountability
  • Digital Economy
  • Digital Society