In Conversation with Dr Claire Benn: Artificial intelligence and ethics

Is the seemingly objective nature of data and artificial intelligence misleading?

Dr Claire Benn believes that AI is permeated with ethical assumptions and values. And in this morally imperfect world, artificial intelligence holds up a mirror that amplifies and expands the moral flaws, limits and failings of the humans it lives amongst.

In our latest In Conversation event, Research Fellow, Dr Claire Benn discussed the sampling of ethical issues with which AI is infused with Dr Jason Ketter, Head of Advancement at the Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific.

CAP's In Conversation event series provides attendees with an opportunity to hear from, and engage with, leading academics from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

We were pleased to bring you this free event and ask for your consideration to support Dr Claire Benn’s research on artificial intelligence and ethics. 



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