We Robot 2022

Flott tittel på en robotkonferanse, We Robot 2022, og interessant program:

Humans in the Loop by Margot Kaminski (Colorado Law), Nicholson Price (Michigan Law), and Rebecca Crootof (Richmond Law)

Prediction as Defamation: Is Predictive AI Asserting a Fact or Expressing an Opinion? by Hideyuki Matsumi (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

Regulating the Risks of AI by Margot Kaminski (Colorado Law)

Safety Paradoxes: Reimagining “Safety” as a Regulatory Objective for Robotics and AI-System Legislation by Kristen Thomasen (University of British Columbia, Allard Law)

Algorithmic Rulemaking vs. Algorithmic Guidance by Peter Henderson (Stanford University) and Mark Krass (Stanford University)

If It Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It: Steamboat Accidents and their Lessons for AI Governance by Bhargavi Ganesh (University of Edinburgh), Stuart Anderson (University of Edinburgh), and Shannon Vallor (University of Edinburgh)

Everyday Robots

Understanding AI Ethics as Cultural Practice by Mona Sloane (University of Tübingen, New York University) (password available to all registered guests. Please see email for details on 9/6).

LuLaRobot: Consumer Protection in the Face of Automated Social Marketing by Daniella DiPaola (MIT) and Kate Darling (MIT)

K9 Police Robots Strolling Drones, RoboDogs, or Lethal Weapons? By Carolin Kemper (German Research Institute for Public Administration) and Michael Kolain (German Research Institute for Public Administration)

America’s Next “Stop Model!”: Algorithmic Disgorgement by Jevan Hutson (Hintze Law PLLC) and Ben Winters (Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC))

Designing for Exit: How to Let Robots Go by Elin Björling (University of Washington) and Laurel Riek (University of California San Diego)