Artificial intelligence & robotics

The SIENNA final conference session on artificial Intelligence and robotics was held on 11 March 2021. It focused on ethical, legal and human rights challenges. In this session, we presented our results and discuss how ethics is currently being used and integrated in AI practices and institutions We identify problems and challenges and propose ways to move forward. Presentations included new research ethics frameworks for AI, new regulatory and policy proposals, Ethics by Design methodologies, the role of stakeholders and the general public in responsible innovation for AI, the role of critical and social studies of AI in ethics and policy, and education and training programmes for ethics of AI.

Introduction and key findings

Anaïs Resseguier, PhD, Senior Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

SIENNA multistakeholder strategy for ethical AI and robotics

Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

Regulatory & policy recommendations

Rowena Rodrigues, PhD, Senior Research Manager, Trilateral Research

Research ethics framework

Philip Brey, Professor of Philosophy of Technology, University of Twente

Ethics by design

Brandt Dainow, PostDoc, University of Twente

Ethics as attention to context for AI

Anaïs Resseguier, PhD, Senior Research Analyst, Trilateral Research

Last modified: 2021-03-19