Should we be more afraid of artificial intelligence, of its stupidity or of humans’ ones. Will we all have to ” increase ” ourselves to face AI? Will AI save us from global warming, find vaccines faster? While it will probably be a source of solutions where for us humans, it will be too complex, how can we still decide?
Sunday 17 October 2021
13h30 – 15h00
Théâtre Saint-Gervais, Geneva
LIMITED NUMBER OF PLACES
Head of AI and member of the executive committee of the World Economic Forum, USA California
Kay Firth-Butterfield is among the world’s leading experts on AI governance. She is a lawyer, former judge, professor, technologist, and entrepreneur with a keen interest in how humanity can benefit equitably from new technologies. With a graduate degree in law and international relations, she regularly speaks to international audiences on a wide range of topics including economic and social changes resulting from the use of AI.
Head of technology foresight, armasuisse
Dr. Quentin Ladetto is responsible for the technology foresight research program at armasuisse science and technology. His work is to anticipate and better understand the technologies that will cause radical changes in the way things are done and to understand their implications in both the civilian and military domains. How to measure and accept them?
Director Trust Valley, EPFL Innovation Park / President, co-founder ICON ONG
Co-founder of the NGO ICON, Lennig Pedron is an expert in the field of cybersecurity and digital trust in cyberspace. She works in particular to federate a European community to raise awareness by popularizing and decoding the information society for civil society