Making AI work for us: On the future of human work in the era of smart mach...

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The Graeber House at 410

410 East 6th Street

Austin, TX 78701

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Today, intelligent systems can already read, write and learn. They can drive cars, diagnose cancer and set up couples. But they can also manipulate opinions, spread fake news, deepen prejudices in hiring processes - and the greatest technological breakthroughs in the field of artificial intelligence are yet to come. What does it mean for humans when machines increasingly take over more and more cognitive activities and complex decisions? How can we ensure the responsible development and use of AI for the common good? How is it possible to embed AI ethically, legally, culturally and institutionally into our societies? And how can we regulate the great risks that come with a powerful AI without diminishing the enormous potential these new technologies have to solve our greatest problems? These are some of the questions we will address in this high-level panel. Discuss with us!

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- Björn Böhning, Permanent State Secretary, German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs
- Ashley Casovan, Director, Data Architecture and Innovation, Government of Canada
- Olaf Groth, Author of "Solomon's Code" / CEO Cambrian.ai / Professor at HULT International Business School
- Aleksandra Przegalinska, Research Fellow at the Center for Collective Intelligence, MIT

Presented by: Lars Gaede, Work Awesome

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