Will AI kill you?
Will AI kill you?

Will AI kill you?

Tidspunkt
12.03.2019 18:00 - 20:00

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12.03.2019 20:00

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IKT-Norge

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Tordenskiolds gate, 0160 Oslo, Norge

Stephen Hawking advarte oss om at «unless we learn how to prepare for, and avoid, the potential risks, AI could be the worst event in the history of our civilization. It brings dangers, like powerful autonomous weapons, or new ways for the few to oppress the many. It could bring great disruption to our economy».

Innen få år kan AI teknolog brukes i i autonome våpen. Nå står Teslas Elon Musk og og Alphabets Mustafa Suleyman sammen med over 100 teknologiselskaper verden over og ber FN forby utviklingen av drapsroboter. 

Elon Musk advarer oss om at kunstig intelligens kan være menneskehetens største eksistensielle trussel, ved å kunne starte en tredje verdenskrig.

«Vi har ikke lang tid til å handle. Når Pandoras eske først er åpnet, vil den være vanskelig å lukke». 

Bli med på en samtale om et av de viktigste utfordringene i vår tid. Hva skal AI brukes til, og hvor skal grensen gå?

Speakers:

Noel Sharkey is Professor of AI and Robotics at the University of Sheffield, and one of the worlds´leading experts in the field. He has held a number of research and teaching positions in the UK (Essex, Exeter, Sheffield) and the USA (Yale,and Stanford). Noel has moved freely across academic disciplines, but his current research passion is for the ethics of robot applications. He is co-founder of Responsible Robotics, and chairs the International Committee for Robot Arms Control.

Stephen Goose is director of Human Rights Watch's Arms Division, was instrumental in bringing about the 2008 convention banning cluster munitions, the 1997 treaty banning antipersonnel mines, the 1995 protocol banning blinding lasers, and the 2003 protocol requiring clean-up of explosive remnants of war. He and Human Rights Watch co-founded the International Campaign to Ban Landmines (ICBL), which received the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize.  In 2013, he and Human Rights Watch co-founded the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots.

Torgeir Waterhouse, ICT Norway, plays a central role in the Norwegian debate on ICT policy issues. He has previously worked at the Norwegian Consumer Council, but he is now working on IT challenges from the industry's point of view. He has been member of several governmental committees, the last one delivered a report focused on ICT security.

Moderator:

Maria Amelie, co-founder and CEO of Startup Migrants, a think tank and digital platform on migration and entrepreneurship.