'The (In)Justice Of AI' | TPM AI-Lab | Watch the recording
On November 11 2020 TU Delft's TPM AI-Lab hosted its own free online conference, 'The (In)Justice Of AI'. Our ambition was to break out of our echo chambers, to listen to other disciplines and sectors talk about some of the pressing AI issues facing developers, academics, and policy makers today.
Huge thanks to the speakers, panelists and our moderator for sharing your thoughts and provocations. A most gracious thank you to all those working behind the scenes to make it look professional and effortless. We are looking forward to seeing the kinds of collaborations that come from this event!
'The (In)Justice of AI' was programmed as a satellite event of Brave New World, an annual conference for people who want to know what the future holds in store and how this will affect their business, policies and life.
'The (In)Justice Of AI' | Part 1
By moderator Jim Stolze, Tech entrepreneur and initiator of the National AI course
‘Fireside’ chat (6:12-23:18)
With Aimee van Wynsberghe (Associate Professor and Director TPM AI Lab at TU Delft) and Noel Sharkey (Emeritus Professor of AI and Robotics)
Subtheme: Justice for Children (23:30-1:15:56)
- Maria Axente - PwC UK – Responsible AI & AI for Good Lead (23:48-38:21)
- Elena Sinel - Founder, Teens in AI & Acorn Aspirations (38:21-52:53)
- Panel discussion with Maria Axente, Elena Sinel, Amineh Ghorbani (Assistant Professor and Management Team member TPM AI Lab TU Delft), Trivik Verma (Assistant Professor and Management Team member TPM AI Lab TU Delft) (52:53-1:15:55)
Artist break (1:15:55-1:27:42)
Artist Thijs Biersteker showcases his artwork 'Econtinuum'
'The (In)Justice Of AI' | Part 2
‘Fireside’ chat (0:00-14:04)
With Aimee van Wynsberghe (Associate Professor and Director TPM AI Lab at TU Delft) and Jan Kleijssen (Director of Information Society and Action against Crime at Council of Europe)
Subtheme: Justice in Industry (14:18-1:08:58)
- Christina Caljé – CEO & Co-founder Autheos (14:18-29:32)
- Hilary Richters - Lead Digital Ethics, Deloitte (29:32-41:32)
- Gry Hasselbalch – Independent senior researcher and advisor on responsible data innovation and technological transformation (41:32-52:41)
- Panel discussion with Christina Caljé, Hilary Richters, Gry Hasselbalch, Filippo Santoni de Sio (Associate Professor and Management Team member TPM AI Lab at TU Delft) (52:55-1:08:58)
Artist break (1:09:10-1:19:27)
Artists Jeroen van der Most & Peter van der Putten showcase their work ‘Letters from Nature’