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International Symposium: AI Governance and Security

November 21, 2019

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Event Type Lecture
Intended for General public / Enrolled students / Applying students / International students / Alumni / Companies / Junior high school students / High school students / University students / Academic and Administrative Staff
Date(s) December 6, 2019 14:00 — 16:00
Location Hongo Area Campus
Venue Daiwa House Ishibashi Nobuo Memorial Hall, Daiwa Ubiquitous Computing Research Building, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo
Capacity 100 people
Entrance Fee No charge
Registration Method Advance registration required
Please register through the registration form
*Early registration recommended before completion.
Contact Institute for Future Initiatives, UTokyo
Technology Governance Policy Research Unit
ifi_tg★ifi.u-tokyo.ac.jp
*Please replace ★ with @
Language: English-Japanese with the simultaneous interpretation
Hosted by: Institute for Future Initiatives, The University of Tokyo
Co-hosted by:
Science, Technology, and Innovation Governance(STIG), UTokyo
Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Research Center, UTokyo

Overview:
Artificial intelligence (AI) and related technology networks are now being used as decision support in critical situations such as medical care, finance, and war. What are the responsibilities and roles of man and machines, and what should they be?
As technology is expanding globally, discussions on AI governance has been started at the international level such as OECD. In Japan, the Cabinet Office has announced the “human-centered AI social principles,” but how can the Japanese government, industry and universities contribute to these international discussions?
In this event, we invite Professor Toni Erskine (Australian National University and Cambridge University), who has been researching on moral agency and responsibility in world politics, and Professor Taylor Reynolds (MIT), who is also an expert member of the AIGO (AI expert Group) at the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), to discuss the issues and prospects of AI governance and security with the University of Tokyo professors.

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