AI and Moral Responsibility

20 January @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Maximilian Kiener is a Tenure-Track Junior-Professor of Philosophy and Digital Ethics at the University of Oldenburg. He specialises in moral and legal philosophy, with a particular focus on consent, responsibility, and artificial intelligence. He is also an Associate Member of the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Oxford, and an Associate Research Fellow of The Institute for Ethics in AI at Oxford, the ERC-project Roots of Responsibility, ​based at UCL, and the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics. The 24th of January at 18:00 he will be talking about “AI and Moral Responsibility”. The venue will be confirmed soon, keep yourself posted here.

The Reuben Graduate Common Room at Linacre College, St Cross Road, Oxford, OX13JA

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20 January
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