AI and Society: Governance, transparency and trust
How do people perceive their relationship with AI-systems and what is pushed for by law or in ethics guidelines? By drawing from studies in various domains — such as data collection in digital consumer markets, breast radiologists' interaction with computer vision, and public sector automation when distributing welfare — Stefan Larsson shows some of the key challenges in how AI is being implemented in society.
Welcome to an LTH Colloquium open to all with Stefan Larsson, Associate Professor at the Department of Technology and Society at LTH, Faculty of Engineering.
About Stefan Larsson
As a socio-legal and multi-disciplinary researcher, Stefan leads a research group on studying governance and issues of trust and transparency with autonomous and AI-driven technologies. The projects he leads or participates in are in domains ranging from the public sector, to consumer markets, medicine and social robotics. He also advises or collaborates with agencies such as the Swedish Consumer Agency, and organisations like the Internet Foundation and AI Sweden.
Stefan Larsson’s profile in the Research Portal
About the event
This lecture is part of the LTH Colloquium, a social knowledge event for LTH staff and friends. This is the last item on the spring programme.
Tid: 2022-06-02 16:15 till 17:00
Kårhuset's Auditorium, John Ericssons väg 3, Lund
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