Ethics, AI and Unintended Consequences

Free Public Lecture

Ethics, AI and Unintended Consequences

Woodward Conference Centre
Melbourne Law School

Parkville campus

185 Pelham Street

Booking not required

There has been much talk of the need for focus on ethics in AI development and automated decision-making, and there’s no doubt we can benefit from attention to ethics in all program development. But an ethical framework on its own will not reduce the risk of unintended consequences in development and deployment of technology.

This talk will look at the range of issues that influence the use of technology in government and business and how we might develop a better way of delivering technology-enabled services.

Canapes and drinks will be served from 5.00pm, with the seminar beginning at 6.00pm.

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