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Participate in Workshops on the Societal Impacts of AI

Published: May 25, 2023

Participants at the AI for Humanity and Society 2023 workshops. Photo: Charlotte Carlberg

The Wallenberg AI, Autonomous Systems and Software Program – Humanities and Society (WASP-HS) is organizing eight interactive workshops on artificial intelligence’s (AI) societal implications alongside the AI for Humanity and Society 2023 conference. Researchers, practitioners, and policy makers are welcome to contribute insights and engage in meaningful discussions. The workshops will be held on November 14, 2023 at Malmö University, Sweden.

As the influence of AI continues to permeate our daily lives, it has become increasingly crucial to examine its profound effects on humanity and society. In an effort to explore the intricate relationship between AI, humanity and society, WASP-HS is hosting the illuminating AI for Humanity and Society 2023 conference on November 14-15, 2023 in Malmö, Sweden. The conference offers a unique platform for experts from different disciplines to exchange ideas, share cutting-edge research and propose strategies for the responsible development and use of AI systems. Read more about the conference.

Meaningful Discussions on Surveillance, Trust, Education, Information and more

Set to take place in conjunction with the annual WASP-HS conference, this highly anticipated event welcomes researchers and practitioners to participate in interactive workshops. These workshops aim to foster meaningful discussions and provide valuable insights into the far-reaching implications of AI in our modern world. The workshops will provide a collaborative space for participants to explore how AI influences various aspects of our lives, including how we share information, AIs impact on education, surveillance, trust, and more.

All workshop take place on November 14 at Malmö University. Malmö, Sweden. Read more about the workshops.

Read more about each workshop and how to apply via the following links.

AI and Heritage Collections: Exploring Challenges and Opportunities

Knowledge Elicitation: Data Collection and Knowledge Modeling for Human-Aware Systems

Fictional News Articles: Ethics, Sustainability, and Politics of AI Futures

Generative AI as Part of our Shared Information Environment – Challenges and Solutions

Living with AI in Education – Mapping Future Pathways

Reconfiguring the Mold: Behavior Science and Ethical Tech Culture

The ‘Surveillant Assemblage’ in the Age of AI

Towards Making the Intangible Tangible: Perspectives on Trust and AI

Please note that in order to participate in this workshop you must also register for the conference via the event page. Registration for the conference opens on 15 August.