Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

November 4, 2020 - November 6, 2020
Humanities Research Center, Duke Kunshan University

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8 Duke Avenue
Kunshan 215316
China

Main speakers:

Ron Arkin
Georgia Institute of Technology
(unaffiliated)
Rui Guo
Renmin University of China
Hoda Heidari
Carnegie Mellon University
Shouling Ji
Zhejiang University
Ashwin Machanavajjhala
Duke University
University of Twente
Brown University
(unaffiliated)
Wendell Wallach
Yale University
Lan Xue
Tsinghua University
Crystal Yang
Harvard University
Chinese Academy of Science

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Duke Kunshan University

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This conference will consist of panel discussions focusing on the following four topics: safety, justice, morality, and privacy. Each panel discussion will: (i) begin with 15 minute opening statements from each expert, (ii) be followed by a time for experts to ask each other questions, and (iii) end with a moderated Q&A with the audience.

AI & SAFETY
November 5 @ 9-10:30 am (China)
November 4 @ 8-9:30 pm (North Carolina, U.S.)

Ronald Arkin
Regents’ Professor of Interactive Computing
Georgia Tech University

Kori Schake
Director, Foreign and Defense Policy Studies
American Enterprise Institute

Lan Xue
Chair, National Expert Committee on AI Governance
Professor of Public Policy
Tsinghua University


AI & JUSTICE
November 5 @ 9-10:30 pm (China)
November 5 @ 8-9:30 am (North Carolina, U.S.)

Timnit Gebru
Co-Leader, Ethical AI Team
Google Research

Rui Guo
Associate Professor of Law
Renmin University of China

Hoda Heidari
Assistant Professor of Machine Learning
Carnegie Mellon University

Crystal Yang
Professor of Law
Harvard University


AI & MORALITY
November 6 @ 9-10:30 am (China)
November 5 @ 8-9:30 pm (North Carolina, U.S.)

Bertram Malle
Professor of Psychology
Brown University

Wendell Wallach
Ethicist, Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics, Yale University
Senior Advisor, Hastings Center

Yi Zeng
Professor and Deputy Director
Research Center for Brain-Inspired Intelligence
Chinese Academy of Sciences


AI & PRIVACY
November 6 @ 9-10:30 pm (China)
November 6 @ 8-9:30 am (North Carolina, U.S.)

Shouling Ji
Professor of Computer Science
Director, Network System Security & Privacy Research Lab
Zhejiang University

Ashwin Machanavajjhala
Associate Professor of Computer Science
Duke University

Kevin Macnish
Assistant Professor of Ethics and Information Technology
University of Twente

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November 1, 2020, 9:00am CST

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