AI@WORK

5 & 6 march 2020

AMSTERDAM

co-organized with

Are we headed to a smarter workplace, or a dumber future?

From automating simple tasks to predicting efficiencies, AI has much to offer business. Yet we have also been warned: AI will reinforce biases, hide important decisions, and deplete employment. Are we headed to a smarter workplace, or a dumber future? We will go beyond siloed debate: computer scientists, ethicists, academics, policy makers, and business leaders will come together to share ambitions, experiences, concerns, and visions for the future of AI@Work. By taking part, participants will develop their own take on how AI is shaping the workplace, and what needs to happen next.

Speakers

Meredith Whittaker

Co-Founder and Co-Director,
AI Now Institute, NYU
KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Ilse Verdiesen

Lieutenant-colonel,
Royal Netherlands Armed Forces
Roundtable leader

Sjarrel de Charon

Content Moderator
Roundtable Leader

Jeanne Meister

Journalist, Forbes Contributor
Panel Chair

Peter Paul Verbeek

Professor of Philosophy of Techology & The Designlab,
The University of Twente
Keynote Speaker

More to come

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

Marleen Huysman

Vu Amsterdam/Kin center
Head of the scientific committee

Robert Seamans

NYU Stern School of Business
Division: Labour Law & Economics

Virginia Dignum

Umeå University
Division: Computer Science

Roel Dobbe

AINow Institute
Division: Computer Science

Mikkel Flyverbom

Copenhagen Business School
Division: Business

Pauline Kim

Washington University
School of Law
Division: Labour Law & Economics

Stella Pachidi

University of Cambridge
Division: Business

Lamber Royakkers

Eindhoven University of Technology
Division: Humanities

Jeroen Van Den Hoven

Tu Delft
Division: Humanities