On 3 February, the focus areas Governing the Digital Society, Applied Data Science and Human-centered AI host an interdisciplinary event, where people from a wide array of disciplines will come together to discuss ‘Responsible AI’.
Featuring renowned international keynote speakers, the conference will highlight the importance of the theme of responsible AI by approaching it from different perspectives (AI, data science, governance). Furthermore, speakers from Utrecht University will show how the theme of responsible AI relates to the various local AI initiatives.
The confirmed speakers are: Prof. Joe Halpern (Cornell University), Prof. Frauke Kreuter (LMU, University of Maryland), Prof. Haroon Sheikh (VU, WRR), Prof. Floris Bex (UU), Dr Fabian Ferrari (UU), Dr Hein Duijf (UU) and Dr Roeland de Bruin (UU).
Programme and location
The conference will be held at the Spoorwegmuseum in Utrecht. We will start at 9:30 and continue until 17:00. There will be ample breaks and room for informal networking. Access to the museum is included, so you can combine good conversations with stretching your legs by taking a walk around the museum during the breaks. The conference closes with drinks (17:00-18:00).
Please register if you want to join us on 3 February. Registration is open now and will remain open until 18 January. Participation is entirely free of charge, including lunch, drinks, and snacks.