Tue Jun 16 CEST (over 1 year ago)
In your timezone (EST): Tue Jun 16 2:00am - Tue Jun 16 11:00am
Swiss Re Centre for Global Dialogue
Gheistrasse 37, 8803 Rüschlikon, Switzerland
Robots control our money. Robots manage our relationships. Robots recommend surgeries. In fact, AI is supporting us in ever more aspects of our lives. However, many of us lose trust in services we perceive as black boxes. Yet, trust is what holds economies together.
This conference discusses whether black boxes need to be made more transparent. It explores what it takes for consumers to let go of responsibility and accept judgements they do not understand. We will address questions regarding the governance of AI, such as:
• Which frameworks will help make AI accountable and transparent?
• How can we control AI to be fair?
• Will we ever trust businesses that use black boxes?
• Will social scores ultimately define our interactions?
Chief Corporate Development Officer, HireVue
Chief Research Officer, Swiss Re Institute
CEO, Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute
Tomas Casas i Klett
Professor and Director China Competence Center, University of St. Gallen
IBM Fellow, Vice President IBM Europe, and Director, IBM Research Zurich
Executive Director, Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University
Journalist and moderator
Group Chief Scientist, Ping An Insurance Company
Head of Human Resources, IBM Switzerland
Leader and Member of the German Parliament Commission for AI (Enquête Kommission), IBM Watson IoT Center Munich
Yves-Alexandre de Montjoye
Assistant Professor (Lecturer), Imperial College London
Founder, ORCAA, algorithmic auditing company
• Swiss Re Insitute
• IBM Research