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From care robots to military drones: Ethical challenges posed by artificial intelligence

Panel discussion

   14.12.2021

   6:15 pm - 7:45 pm

   Virtual

LMU asked two of its scholars and one graduate to share with the public their insights and their approaches to the ethical challenges of artificial intelligence as part of the AI Lectures.

The topic will be discussed by Fiorella Battaglia, visiting lecturer at the Chair in Philosophy and Political Theory, Timo Greger, scientific coordinator and joint project leader of “AI and Ethics” in the Faculty of Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Religious Studies, and graduate Felicia Kuckertz, who was awarded a research prize for her bachelor’s thesis on “AI-powered military robots and moral responsibility”. Moderating the discussion will be Martin Wirsing, Professor of Computer Science at LMU and a sought-after expert in the field of programming, software engineering and development.

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LMU Munich


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