AI Robotics Ethics Society Research Conference

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AI Ethics Research Conference Hosted by the AI Robotics Ethics Society and the AI Ethics Journal

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The AI Robotics Ethics Society, the United States' premier student-led AI ethics organization, is collaborating with the AI Ethics Journal and our regional AIRES Chapters to take our annual conference online.

It is with great pleasure that the AI Robotics Ethics Society invites you to attend the AI Robotics Ethics Society Research Conference which will be held virtually on July 17, 2021. We welcome you, your researchers, or any of your course enrolled students to attend this event.

Founded in 2019, the AI Ethics Journal is the first international journal dedicated to providing an open-access platform for academic dialogue on ethical AI. This journal operates at the intersection of a uniquely interdisciplinary and burgeoning field. By integrating knowledge across fields such as Computer Science, Philosophy, and Technology, the AI Ethics Journal aims to elevate and synthesize discourse about AI Ethics.



Emmanuel Goffi, PhD

Co-Director & Co-Founder of the Global AI Ethics Institute (France), Instructor and Research Fellow with Frankfurt Big Data Lab (Germany)

Goethe Universität Frankfurt

General Track:

John Danaher - National University of Ireland

Pauline Kim - Washington University in St. Louis

William Hsu - Kansas State University

AI in Medicine:

Megan Ranney - Brown University

Sriram Sankararaman - UCLA

Jun Deng - Yale University

Sujoy Kar - Apollo Hospitals Group

AI/Machine and Human Interaction:

Harel Yedidsion - University of Texas

Yisong Yue - California Institute of Technology

[UPDATED] Schedule:

10:00 Opening Statements, Keynote Speaker Emmanuel Goffi, PhD - Goethe Universität Frankfurt

Topic: Escaping the Western Ethical Hegemony: The Importance of Cultural Diverity in the Ethical Assessment of Artificial Intelligence

Accepted Authors Presentations

10:30 Nicholas Correa - Polytechnic School of PUCRS

Topic: Good AI for the Present of Humanity: Democratizing AI Governance)

11:00 Anna Hunkenschroer - Technical University of Munich 

Topic: How to improve fairness perceptions of AI in hiring: the crucial role of positioning and sensitization)

11:30 John Heo - University of Southern California (USC)

Topic: Ethical review in the age of artificial intelligence)

12-12:30 lunch break/social

Speakers (3 simultaneous tracks)

12:30 Yisong Yue - Caltech

Topic (AI/Machine and Human Interaction): Personalized Therapies via Preference Learning: From Spinal Cord Stimulation to Exoskeletons

12:30 John Danaher - National University of Ireland

Topic (General Track): Tragic Choices and the Virtue of Techno-Responsibility Gaps

12:30 Megan Ranney - Brown University

Topic (AI in Medicine): The Future of Digital Health and How AI Can Play a Role

1:00 Jun Deng - Yale

Topic (AI in Medicine): Ethical Considerations in the Medical Applications of AI

1:00 Harel Yedidsion - Uni of Texas

Topic (AI/Machine and Human Interaction): Fairness and Equity in Autonomous Vehicle Convoy Formation

1:00 Pauline Kim - Washington University in St. Louis

Topic (General Track): AI, Big Data and Bias in Employment

1:30 Sujoy Kar - Apollo Hospitals Group

Topic (AI in Medicine): EASE – A framework for Practical Implementation of Clinical AI Solutions

1:30 Sriram Sankararaman - UCLA

Topic (AI in Medicine): Genomic Privacy

1:30 William Hsu - Kansas State University

Topic (General Track): Coming Soon

2:00 Closing Statements

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