Human Rights and AI - Salzburg Workshop 2020 with John Tasioulas
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Call-Bezeichnung: Call for Papers
Uhrzeit: 09:15 Uhr
Ende: 29.05.2020 18:00
Veranstaltende Institution: Universität Salzburg
Human Rights and AI
Salzburg Workshop in Legal and Social Philosophy 2020 with John Tasioulas (King's College London)
With the proliferation of AI systems, more and more areas of our daily lives are subjected to ubiquitous data generation, aggregation, and algorithmic decision-making. Especially, AI has more and more influence on sensitive fields such as the labour market, traffic, the health care system, the democratic public sphere, and the judicial system. This poses serious challenges to human rights, especially with regards to responsibility, accountability, privacy, and autonomy etc. These challenges can be condensed into two main questions:
• How do (moral and legal) human rights influence and constrict the design of AI?
• Does AI challenge fundamental concepts of human rights, e.g. normative agency?
Please find the CfP attached. Deadline for submissions is Feb 25, 2020.
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