Global leading figures in the fields of technology, philosophy, ethics and policy have been appointed to the Advisory Council for the Institute for Ethics in AI at Oxford University.
The Institute aims to tackle major ethical challenges posed by AI, from facial recognition to voter profiling, brain-machine interfaces to autonomous weapons systems, and the ongoing discourse about how AI will impact employment on a global scale.
The Advisory Council will advise, guide and inform the Institute as it seeks to fulfil this ambition. It will bring in external perspectives from industry, NGOs, international organisations, public policy and academia, and ensure the work of the Institute stays closely connected to the rapidly evolving developments around AI. It met for the first time in October 2021 and will continue to meet twice a year.
Members of the committee are: