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The ethical challenges of artificial intelligence – Join us virtually at Trinity this Thursday, Nov 19, 5 pm Dublin time

  • 1.  The ethical challenges of artificial intelligence – Join us virtually at Trinity this Thursday, Nov 19, 5 pm Dublin time

    Posted 19 days ago

    The Centre for Social Innovation of Trinity Business School is delighted to invite you to the next event of the virtual Trinity Business Ethics Speaker Series.

    The guest speaker for the upcoming event on Nov 19, 5 pm Dublin time will be Tae Wan Kim, who is associate professor of business ethics at the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University. He is a leading expert in the emerging field of artificial intelligence ethics in business and conducts research at the cutting edge of technological innovation, such as machine learning algorithms. He will speak about the ethical challenges of artificial intelligence with a particular focus on the blackbox problem of AI.

    Dr. John Dong, Professor of Business Analytics at Trinity Business School, will join the event as interdisciplinary discussant. The event will be accompanied by an exclusive music performance by the young piano talent Lysander Burleigh from Germany.

    Register here for this event: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_M5W0_293Ro6eZcLvSFtHGg

    The series is delivered online and will usually be presented at 5 pm Dublin time on Thursdays throughout the academic year, exploring important contemporary issues in the field of business ethics. Leading international scholars and practitioners will present their insights on a wide range of topics, including corporate sustainability, responsible business, corporate corruption, ethics in a digital age, corporate agency as well as business and human rights.

    The sessions are open to all Trinity staff, students and the general public. The full schedule with dates and registration links is available here:

    https://www.tcd.ie/business/ethics-speakers-series/index.php



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    Maximilian Schormair
    Assistant Professor
    Trinity College Dublin
    Dublin
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