While technology advances at a high pace in the age of machine learning, there is a lack of clear intent and framing of acceptable ethical standards. Current mushrooming of various biased initiatives contributes to a blurred picture, rather than contributing pragmatic, necessary and sufficient clarification. It is high-time to broadly address these issues, as the AI-disruption has large scale societal and inhumanity effects. Financial industries play the key role as enabler for progress bringing together sustainable, ethical AI.
Stefan Vieweg, editor and author of the new management book “AI for the Good – Artificial Intelligence and Ethics” - together with Susan Spinner, co-author and CEO of the CFA Germany Society - will present key aspects of
- Corona as fire accelerant of digitization and it’s collateral deterioration of social standards
- AI - from limitless omnipresence to dominance in the social fabric
- Holistic view of AI from an ethical perspective, illustrated with concrete examples
- What it takes to establish an AI framework compatible with human and environmental standards.