Below is the interview I gave to the Healthcare Information and Management Society (HIMSS) during the Connected Health conference which took place in Boston, MA in October 2018
Aimee gave a talk on the ethics of robotics and AI for PWC Netherlands.
Aimee gave a keynote lecture on Ethics, Healthcare, and Robotics for the AMS Phoenix conference in Toronto.
I moderated the panel “Bots for Socialization and Care Delivery: Exploring the Limits of Bot-Human Interaction” with Casey Bennett of CVS Health, Cory Kidd of Catalia Health, Phil Marshall of Conversa, and Ned Semonite of Ohmni Labs. I also served on the panel “The Future of Technology and the Human Element” with Kyra Bobinet of engagedIN, Pattie Maes of the MIT Media Lab, and Rosesmary Sheehan of Patners Healthcare Inc. Had a blast and learned a lot.
Today at the World AI Summit in Amsterdam I launched (together with Catelijne Muller and Virginia Dignum) the Netherlands AI Alliance. From the website:
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to have significant advantages for society.
As with every disruptive technology, AI also entails risks and complex policy challenges in areas such as safety and monitoring, socio- economic aspects, ethics and privacy, reliability, to name a few.
To fully reap the benefits and opportunities of Al and at the same adequately address the risks and challenges collaboration between all stakeholders is necessary.
ALLAI provides the platform for active involvement of all stakeholders in achieving Responsible Al – from as early as the development stage up to the ultimate use in our daily lives.
We believe that this collaborative and inclusive approach will lead to increased social involvement, trust and support with respect to the further development and use of AI.
Today I gave a keynote lecture on ethics inspired robotics and artificial intelligence for the Women in STEAM event in Leiden.