The recording of all the talks and panel discussions at the 2022 Cross-cultural AI Ethics and Governance workshop is available at https://www.youtube.com/@center-for-long-term-ai/videos This is an ongoing and the 3rd version of the workshop series (2019-2022) with a collaboration with Cambridge LCFI, especially support from Huw Price and Sean O hEigeartaigh. Enjoy opinions and views from Sean O … Continue reading The 3rd Cross-cultural AI Ethics and Governance workshop
Tag: AI Governance
From Virtual Reality to Metaverse : Ethical Risks and the Co-governance of Real and Virtual Worlds
"Metaverse" as an emerging concept of convergence technology has received widespread attention. What are the risks of the "Metaverse"? How to manage the Metaverse responsibly? In this paper, we try to analyze the existing dangers of "Metaverse" technology from the conceptual analysis of "Metaverse" and seek ways to co-govern it.
The Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence, China
On September 25th, the National Governance Committee for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence published the “Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence”. It aims to integrate ethics into the entire lifecycle of AI, to provide ethical guidelines for natural persons, legal persons, and other related organizations engaged in AI-related activities. This set of ethical … Continue reading The Ethical Norms for the New Generation Artificial Intelligence, China
The Official Launch of ChinUK Centre for AI Ethics and Governance
On November 4th, 2019, a new bilateral China-UK Research Centre for AI Ethics and Governance (“ChinUK”) was officially launched. Led by Professor Yi Zeng of the Institute of Automation (CASIA) at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Professor Huw Price of LCFI, ChinUK aims to support exchanges and collaboration between scholars in China and the … Continue reading The Official Launch of ChinUK Centre for AI Ethics and Governance