An “ethics and artificial intelligence seminar” organized by ESSI

Évry-Sénart Sciences et Innovation (ESSI) is to host an interdisciplinary seminar entitled ‘The Ethical Challenges of Artificial Intelligence’ on campus on June 25 from 1.30pm to 6.00pm.

The purpose of this seminar is to help stakeholders in research, training and innovation in the southern Greater Paris region to discuss the ethical challenges raised by artificial intelligence. 

Program

  • 1.30pm Welcoming participants
  • 2pm Seminar opening
  • 2.15-2.45pm Christine BALAGUÉ (Institut Mines-Télécom Business School)
    The ethical challenges of artificial intelligence
  • 2.45-3.15pm Agathe GUILLOUX (LaMME)
    Machine learning and healthcare: an example based on SNDS data
  • 3.15-3.45pm Sylvain LAVELLE (Icam Paris-Sénart)
    Artificial intelligence, from logic to ethics – Internal and external approaches to rational pluralism
  • 3.45-4.15pm: break
  • 4.15-4.45pm Sophie CHABRIDON (Télécom SudParis)
    Ethical use of the Internet of Things: promoting fair and unbiased decision-making whilst maintaining privacy
  • 4.45-5.15pm Nadia ABCHICHE-MIMOUNI (IBISC, Université d’Evry)
    Ethics and artificial intelligence: current status and future developments
  • 5.15-5.45 pm Armen KHATCHATOUROV (Institut Mines-Télécom Business School)
  • 6pm Closing ceremony, followed by a cocktail reception

Registration is free but mandatory.

About Évry-Sénart Sciences et Innovation

Évry-Sénart Sciences et Innovation is an association that brings together stakeholders in higher education and research in the southern Greater Paris region. Its purpose is to lead scientific discussion and develop partnerships in training, research and innovation, as well as creating greater visibility and appeal for the Southern Greater Paris Seine-Essonne-Sénart region in these fields.