International Session 2 'The AI-ELSI Challenge - Human-machine Collaboration'

Fri, 17 Mar 2023 17:30 - 19:45 JST
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Friday, 17 March, 17:30-19:45 JST ONLINE EVENTS
(The Zoom meeting will open at 17:00 JST. Please join it by 17:20 JST as much as possible.)
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An international session on AI's ethical, legal and social challenges with researchers working from a global perspective to discuss various related issues and current interdisciplinary approaches to solving these challenges.
The second of these sessions will welcome Nurock, Professor at the University of Côte d'Azur, France, Chair of the UNESCO AI Ethics Review Committee, and Prof. Suzuki (Kyoto University) to attempt a dialogue on the possibilities and future challenges of collaboration and co-evolution between AI, robots and humans, based on the latest research.
Please note that separate registration is required to attend the first session (9 March).


17:30-17:40 Opening Remarks
Naoki Miyano Professor, Kyoto University, Japan

“How can we build a caring robotic/AI”
Vanessa Nurock Professor in Philosophy and Deputy Director of the Centre de Recherche en Histoire des Idées (CRHI) Université de Côte d' Azur, scientific coordinator of the UNESCO Chair in the Ethics of the Living and the Artificial (EVA), France

“Tactfulness and Mimesis - Thinking between people and AI, people and robots.”
Shoko Suzuki Professor, Kyoto University/ Senior Visiting Researcher, RIKEN AIP, Japan

18:50-19:00 Coffee break

19:00-19:45 Discussion
Naoki Miyano Prof. Kyoto University

Organised by: the Artificial Intelligence Unit, Centre for the Promotion of Interdisciplinary Education and Research, Kyoto University
Co-organised by: the Decentralized Big Data Team, RIKEN Centre for Advanced intelligent Project

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