Ethics in AI Lunchtime Research Seminars

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Ethics in AI Lunchtime Research Seminars

By special invitation from Dr Caroline Green, Dr David Storrs-Fox, and Professor John Tasioulas, you are invited to the Institute for Ethics in AI Research Seminars during Hilary Term. The sessions will primarily showcase work in progress by academics at Oxford, though they may also include a small number of speakers from further afield.

Those local to Oxford can meet the speaker in person and raise questions during the Q&A. Conversations may continue afterwards during the networking session whilst you enjoy the free buffet lunch. For those further afield, there will be a remote option. To help us carefully manage the numbers and ensure you receive the relevant joining instructions, please register your interest by clicking on the date and completing the registration form for each session (see below). Further joining instructions will be forwarded once you register.

Duration: Seminar from 12:30pm-1:30pm. Networking and lunch (for those registered) from 1:30pm-2:30pm (all timings refer to UK time zone)

Remote: The connection link will be sent to you once you register (usually the day before the event).
In-person Venue: The address will be sent to you once you register.

These sessions will run weekly during term time. A new form will need to be completed for each seminar so that you receive the relevant joining instructions.

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Speakers

Week 1: Wednesday 17th January

Presenter: Professor Philip Torr (Engineering Science, Oxford)

Title: Introducing the work of Professor Philip Torr

 

Week 2: Wednesday 24th January

Presenter: Dr Aphrodite Papachristodoulou (University of Galway)

Title: Power, Technologies and Migration Control: Rendering the Invisible Visible

 

Week 3: Wednesday 31st January

Presenter: Dr David Barnes (Retired Brigadier General US Army)

Title: AI and the Military: Beyond Autonomous Weapons to Strategic Enterprise Transformation

 

Week 4: Wednesday 7th February

Presenter: Professor Jakob Foerster (Engineering Science, Oxford)

Title: Opponent-Shaping and Interference in General-Sum Games

 

Week 5: Wednesday 14th February

Presenter: Kyle Van Oosterum (Philosophy, Oxford)

Title: Algorithms, Corporations, and Self-Respect

 

Week 6: Wednesday 21st February

Presenter: Dr Edmond Awad (Exeter Business School)

Title: Understanding Human Perception of "AI in the Wild"

 

Week 7: Wednesday 28th February

Presenter: Dr Daphné Richemond Barak (Reichman University)

Title: Humanitarian AI

 

Week 8: Wednesday 6th March

Presenters: Dr Veronika Fikfak (Political Science, UCL) & Professor Laurence R. Helfer (Law, Duke University)

Title: Automating International Human Rights Adjudication