Artificial Intelligence: Truth or Dare
Public round table discussion focused on Responsible Artificial Intelligence and the European future
The round table debate is part of the Luxembourg Logic in Artificial Intelligence Summit (LuxLogAI 2018). The purpose of the discussion is to identify key directions in the development of Artificial Intelligence to gain competitive advantage for Europe and Luxembourg in particular, and to figure out the critical transformations in our society as a consequence of the technological progress.
Date: 19th September 2018, 18:00 – 20:00
Place: KPMG premises, Luxembourg City, Kirchberg
Language of the event: English
Registration: free but mandatory. Please register here
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1- Conference site – KPMG (17:00)
2- KPMG- Conference site (20:15)
Bus top “Cité des Sciences” near MSA buliding
- Artificial Intelligence as a European competitive advantage
- Artificial Intelligence in Luxembourg
- Responsible Artificial Intelligence, Ethics and Law
- Societal Challenges and Artificial Intelligence: education, job market and social divide.
- Viviane Reding (European Parliament)
- Toby Walsh (TU Berlin, UNSW Sydney)
- Mario Grotz (Ministry of Economy)
- Philipp Slusallek (Saarland University, DFKI)
- Monique Bachner (LëtzBlock, Bachner Legal)
- Silvie Spreeuwenberg (Lab for Intelligent Business Rules Technology)
- Claude Adam (University of Luxembourg, Education Policy)
- Andreas Steier, MdB (CDU), Deutscher Bundestag
- Pascal Dufour (Carne Group)
Master of Ceremonies
- Sven Muehlenbrock (KPMG)
- Chitra Sridhar (KPMG)
- Gabriella Tennhard (KPMG)
- Sviatlana Höhn (University of Luxembourg)
- Xavier Parent (University of Luxembourg)
- Christoph Benzmüller (University of Luxembourg)
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