OSLO.AI QUARTERLY – Putting Ethical AI into Practice

Oslo.AI is dedicated to building a leading community for knowledge sharing and networking within the AI space. For our first quarterly event of 2020 we are partnering up with Microsoft and Inmeta to bring you an event that puts the spotlight on AI Ethics.

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AI has the potential to impact and shape the world – exactly why we are so excited about it. But as AI is being applied across industries and scenarios, it’s becoming more and more clear that we need to practice AI responsibly and ethically.

There is a lot of talk about the importance of responsible and ethical AI but they tend not to go deeper than values and principles. We observe a lack of information and resources about how we actually put these ethical considerations into practice.

In this event, we would like to explore and discuss the practical applications of AI ethics through the speakers and the facilitated group discussions.

Speakers at the event will discuss topics as below
– What are the common ethical challenges when applying AI
– What actors should decide whether an algorithm is fair or not
– How righteousness is an integral part of how machine learning models are evaluated
– How you can balance conflicting requirements concerning righteousness, explainability and accuracy

In addition we will have a facilitated group exercise at the end exploring practical implementation of Ethical AI in real life.
Please be ready to network, participate and engage in small group activities as part of this meet-up.

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PROGRAM

17:00-17:20 Pizza & networking
17:20-17:30 Welcome & intro by Oslo.AI team
17:30-17:55 “Behind the pretty face of AI” by Therese Gule, Capgemini
17:55-18:20 “Do we need an agency for algorithmic oversight” by Anders Løland, Norsk Regnesentral
18:20-18:35 Break
18:35-19:00 “Responsible AI” by Robindra Prabu, NAV
19:00-19:50 Group exercise and discussions
19:50-20:00 Wrap-up

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Oslo.AI is non-profit dedicated to building a leading community for knowledge sharing and networking within the AI space.

Go to https://city.ai/cities/oslo to learn more about the Oslo.AI community and become a member.

Follow Oslo.AI on LinkedIn and stay tuned to AI happenings in Oslo.

Oslo.AI is a non-commercial initiative – by the community for the community. We strive to foster and accelerate the development of a vibrant community of practitioners in AI & Machine Learning within the rapidly developing Oslo tech ecosystem.

The events are made possible by volunteers and sponsors. This time, we thank Microsoft for sponsoring the event venue and Inmeta for sponsoring the catering.

/The Oslo.AI team

March 5, 2020 17:00 – March 5, 2020 20:00
Microsoft Norway
Dronning Eufemias gate 71

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Speakers / Topics

Therese Gule

Behind the pretty face of AI

Head of Presales Capgemini

Anders Løland

Do we need an agency for algorithmic oversight

Assistant Research Director Norwegian Computing

Robindra Prabhu

Responsible AI

Data Scientist NAV

Sponsors

Microsoft
Inmeta