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Ethos + Tekhnè: a new generation of AI researchers

Spring school on Ethics and Artificial intelligence

This school aims to align technical excellence with social impact in the upcoming generation of AI researchers and developers, by combining their tekhnè with ethos.

The school program will unfold over a week of thematic days around key chapters of the Ethics Guidelines for Trustworthy AI.
Each day will address a specific question, thanks to lectures in the morning and practical activities in the afternoon. The five topics will be:

  1. the socioeconomic impact of AI

  2. EU regulations for a fair and private AI

  3. explainable AI (XAI)
AI decision-making biases identification and AI trustworthiness assessment

  5. legal liability in AI

Organizing team
Daniele Cavalli, Filippo Galli, Konstantinos Parginos, Letizia Lamperti, Giuseppe Parisi, Raffaele Salvia, Laura State, Viola Stefanello, Alberto Arturo Vergani, Stefano Vrizzi

Scientific Committee
Lorenzo Bartalesi (SNS), Sara Moccia (Sant'Anna), Calogero Oddo (Sant'Anna), Florian Yger (PSL)

You can find more details about speakers, draft program and participation requirements here:

The event is organized by Scuola Normale Superiore, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and PSL- Université Paris, in the framework of the EELISA European University Alliance.
This Seasonal School has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. Grant agreement № 835294.

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