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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

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Program Description

In today's rapidly evolving technological landscape, innovations driven by artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data science have become integral to our daily lives, shaping the way we work, communicate, and navigate the world. This dynamic shift brings forth a spectrum of transformative opportunities, yet it also raises profound ethical considerations that warrant careful examination. Join us for an enlightening discussion as we delve into the profound ethical issues emerging from the forefront of AI advancement. In this engaging presentation, we will explore the intricacies of six key ethical issues encapsulated within the PROBES model—Privacy, Responsibility, Opacity, Bias, Equity, and Sustainability. These ethical challenges represent the forefront of concerns in the AI landscape, addressing the nuanced intersections between technology and human values. From the preservation of individual privacy to the equitable distribution of benefits, we will navigate through the complex terrain of AI ethics. Gain a deeper understanding of the pivotal role ethics plays in guiding the responsible development and deployment of AI, and how these considerations shape the future trajectory of technological innovation. SCHEDULE: Monday, February 12, 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM This presentation will take place online. You will receive a link to the class by email 24 hours before the presentation begins. ABOUT THE PRESENTER: Dylan White is a PhD candidate at the University of Guelph in the Department of Philosophy, studying the ethics of artificial intelligence and moral psychology



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