December 9, 2021
Location: Zoom and physical; in the DIAS Auditorium at SDU, Odense Campus.
The thematic focus of the AI workshop is the political dimension of AI and its impact on society, our interactions with AI in our everyday lives, and the question on how AI defines knowledge and intelligence from a philosophical perspectives.
Keynote will be on Zoom and screened for physical audience in the DIAS Auditorium at SDU-Odense campus. The round table will be physical only in the DIAS seminar room (O-DIAS Seminar room Right V24-411-0) at SDU-Odense campus.
Keynote Meredith Broussard will give the lecture “Public Interest Technology, Artificial Intelligence, and Social Justice” (on zoom) from New York University. For more info about Meredith Broussard’s talk click here and read this here for her bio. Please register for keynote via this zoom link.
The roundtable will be held physically on site at SDU. Please register for the roundtable in advance. The roundtable will feature four outstanding scholars and artists working on different aspects of AI:
Roundtable will be moderated by Lila Lee-Morrison:
• Matilda Arvidsson, Associate Professor in International Law, University of Gothenburg
• Andreas Refsgaard, Creative Coder and Digital Artist
• Bojana Romic, Artist and Media Theorist and Senior Lecturer at Malmö University
• Nanna Bonde Thylstrup, Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School
For more info about speakers and topics press here.
14:00 Opening – Kathrin Maurer
14:05 Introduction – Brit Ross Winthereik
14:10-14:50 Lecture by Meredith Broussard zoom/physical
14:50-15:15 Q and A – Bo Kampmann Walther
15:30-17:00 Roundtable Discussion physical – Lila Lee-Morrison
For information, please contact Kathrin Maurer (Professor mso of Humanities and Technology, Leader of Center for Culture and Technology at SDU): email@example.com
The event is organized by the Center for Culture and Technology at SDU, the Center for Digital Welfare at IT University Copenhagen, and the Danish Institute for Advanced Studies at SDU. The event is co-funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark.