An excerpt from AI Summer School “The Ethics of Disruption: From AI to Bioethics in Art and Research”, which took place in the context of \“You and AI: Through the Algorithmic Lens\“ festival program by Onassis Stegi, on July 5-7 2021.
Artistic works dealing with AI have the capacity to cut through the multiple layers of legal rules, codes of ethics and research practices to approach the problem holistically and at the most fundamental level. In that sense, it is necessary to approach and unpack such artistic practices as a corollary to the relevant science and innovation practices of AI-related research.
This excerpt from AI Summer School “The Ethics of Disruption: From AI to Bioethics in Art and Research”, explores the constituent parts of an ethics framework for approaching, understanding and regulating disruptive technologies focusing on responsible research and innovation.
Rocio Berenguer, Transdisciplinary Artist
Benoit Favre, Associate Professor at Aix-Marseille University
Tyler Reigeluth, Philosophy Researcher
Moderated by Léa Deshusses, Project manager at Atelier Arts Sciences / Hexagone Scène Nationale Arts Sciences
AI Summer School Co-Organisers:
Onassis Foundation/ Biomedical Research Foundation of the Academy of Athens (BRFAA)/ Center of Research and Bioethics Uppsala University/ EPLO-IPR-i/ OpenAIRE, BBMRI-ERIC
AI Summer School Co-Directors:
Dr. Olga Tzortzatou, Attorney at Law and Member of the Bioethics Committee, BRFAA
Dr. Prodromos Tsiavos, Head of Digital and Innovation, Onassis Foundation
Commissioned and produced by Onassis Stegi
In the context of the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab network
Co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union