Data ethics in AI research and in society - what's next? – University of Copenhagen

Data ethics in AI research and in society - what's next?

We discuss data ethics - applied to artificial intelligence in research and society. Meet researchers from University of Copenhagen: Peter Sandøe, Sune Holm and Thomas Hildebrandt who all work with the data ethical aspects of research in AI. Meet PhD and CEO in /Kl.7 Mikkel Holm Sørensen, who is a member of the governmental Board of Experts on dataethics. Meet DPOs from Danske Bank: Kristina Carole Cryne and Janise Wibroe Fabricius.

The event is conducted in English. Registration has closed, but meet up and ask for a seat if you're interested in participating.

Program:

15.30 - 15.40 Welcome and intro by Head of Department, Professor Mads Nielsen
15.40 - 16.05 Data ethics – what does it mean, and how shall we adress it in SCIENCE?
by professor Peter Sandøe and associate professor Sune Holm
As AI systems increasingly affect our life and the surrounding society, the need for ethical guidelines is becoming still more outspoken. In our presentation we focus on those things, which data ethics should either promote or protect us from. We discuss how the development and application of AI in decision making gives rise to rethinking concepts such as privacy, transparency and responsibility. Moreover, we present our recommendations as to how companies and researchers can contribute to shaping the ethical agenda for AI. 
16.05 - 16.30 Algorithmic decision making in the public administration - and ethics 
by professor Thomas Hildebrandt, head of Section,  Software, Data, People & Society
Case management in public administration is all about humans and decision making. Complex collaborative decisions. Simple decisions made by individuals or machines. And everything in between. In the presentation we discuss challenges and ethical questions in human and algorithmic decision making in public administration as researched in the EcoKnow.org Grand Solutions project. 
16.30 - 16.40 Break
16.40 - 17.05 Report from the Danish Government's dataethical expert group
by Mikkel Holm Sørensen, PhD and CEO in /KL.7
First hand report from the expert group's work and discussions. What is the background for the 9 recommendations and what actions have the government and influential stakeholders already taken?
 /KL.7 is a Consulting firm specialising in data based insights in behaviour and impacts. Mikkel was one of 11 members of the government's data ethical expert group and a frequent speaker at workshops and talks about data ethics. Author of 'Data, virksomhedens nye grundstof fra 2013'.
17.05 - 17.30 Stay ahead of regulation – practice good data ethics!
Janise Wibroe Fabricius
, Compliance Officer, Data Protection Compliance, and Kristina Carole Cryne, Managing Compliance Officer, Data Protection Compliance.
The presentation will focus on data ethics from a business and organisation perspective. The presentation will highlight how data ethics can be advantageous for organisations and help ensure good governance around the use of data. We will discuss some case studies on how handling data lawfully is not always risk free and that is where data ethics can play an important role.
17.30 - 18.00 Plenum discussion - what is best practice, what are the dilemmas, what's next in data ethics?
18.00 - 18.30 DIKU Business Club serves a light meal