Wie künstliche Intelligenz (KI) unsere Demokratie stärken könnte, diskutiert Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schulz
mit internationalen Expert*innen am 2. French-German-Japanese Symposium zum Thema „Human-centric Artificial Intelligence”. Das Event findet von 16. bis 20. November 2020 statt. Der Talk mit Wolfgang Schulz ist am 18. November.
10:15 bis 12:15 Uhr
Ongoing technological revolution in artificial intelligence brings unprecedented challenges, which disrupt some of the fundamental ideas of democracy. Large scale manipulation for political purpose for instance can be achieved by applications relying on AI to target misinformation campaigns which leverage on the concentration of powerful digital platforms and echo chambers. With regulation struggling to follow the pace of technological development, confidence in democratic authorities and processes is challenged.
This session will discuss how AI can be used to strengthen our democracies rather than weaken them, how AI can be used to rethink our democratic processes and how AI could enable new forms of participation in democracy. What advantages do Japan, France and Germany have in working together (i.e. scientists, companies, political decision-makers, etc.) on this topic? Why? How can we improve the cooperation and what are the current brakes and locks?
Caroline Lair, Founder, The Good AI
Dr. Claude Kirchner, Chair French national committee for digital ethics, CCNE, CNPEN & Inria
Dr. Thorsten Thiel, Research Group Lead , Research Group “Democracy and Digitalisation”, Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society
Prof. Dr. Jeanette Hofmann, Professor, Communication Studies, Freie Universität Berlin
Prof. Takehiko Ohya, Professor of Jurisprudence, Faculty of Law, Keio University