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[26th AIP Open Seminar] Talks by Science, Technology and Society Team

Wed, 26 May 2021 15:00 - 17:00
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Science, Technology and Society Team (https://aip.riken.jp/labs/ai_soc/sci_tech_soc/?lang=en) at RIKEN AIP

Speaker 1: Osamu Sakura (45 min)
Title: Variety in human attitudes toward algorithm bias and smart assistants
Abstract:
What kind of entity is assumed to be a "human" when we say, "humans can do it, but AI can't/can do it"? We will report the results of surveys on people's perceptions of algorithmic discrimination and how they anthropomorphize smart assistants. Then we will consider how they should handle the diversity of the relationship between humans and AI.

Speaker 2: Shin'ichi Fukuzumi (45min)
Title: Human cenered approach to acceptability of technology
Abstract:
We introduce (1) quality model by "use" of system, product or service and (2) the relationship between kinds of work/task and places through telework.


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