04/28/21 ARIC Workshop: Responsible AI: The Human-Centered Approach to Fair and Responsible AI.

The super-convergence of digital technologies, and in particular advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), are enabling profound innovations and accelerations that will affect all areas of society, from industrial production, public administration, science and research, healthcare to military applications. These developments raise important philosophical, ethical, legal, social, and political questions regarding the interaction between humans and AI systems.

Without standards, guidelines and clear rules, discrimination, exclusion and disadvantage of people can occur in the use of AI. As ARIC, we want to help ensure that users of AI can trust that AI will not make decisions or cause actions that we believe are unfair or unethical. It is therefore necessary to develop and implement rules and ethical standards for the responsible use of AI that also keep pace with the rapid development of the technology. Politics can only provide a framework for this. Companies and organizations that develop and deploy AI are challenged to fill it.

All participants will be familiarized with the latest projects and findings from research and industry.

The workshop will introduce the principles and subcategories of Responsible AI and will specifically address the following topics:

  • Basics & application examples
  • Relevance of responsible AI for own industry and organization
  • The role of governance and standards
  • Human-centred AI use cases from practice
  • The role of own AI culture & AI skills


No prior programming or AI experience is necessary. The workshops only include simple technical application examples. They also do not include product or technology training for a technical audience.

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This 90-minute workshop is free and will be held online on April 28, 2021 at 4:00 pm. To register, visit info@aric-hamburg.de. We will then send out a dial-in code before the event.