June 3rd, 10AM BST
In this webinar, Tijmen Schep from Pineapple Jazz will present ‘Hands-on design with AI and Ethics.’
About The Webinar
When we talk about ethics and AI, it’s easy to develop a high-level list of recommendations. But in the world of designers, makers and coders, these guidelines aren’t always easy to translate into hands-on choices. Designers and design students alike enjoy learning from hands-on practical examples and case studies.
In this webinar, we dive into the choices made and the lessons learned when building an ethically sound Smart Information System: the Candle Smart Home. It’s a demonstrator of a home of the future that offers all the features you’d expect like voice control, but it keeps all the data in your home, and doesn’t require any internet connection. In January, Candle won a coveted Dutch Privacy Award.
The webinar will also go into the other creations that artist, designer and technology critic Tijmen Schep has developed or is in the process of developing for SHERPA. By oscilating between the worlds of art, academia and design, Tijmen can bring a holistic, sometimes unexpected perspective on the issues around Smart Information Systems. Expect sneak previews of the hilarious things he is currently working on.
About the SHERPA Pieces
The SHERPA Pieces, a collection of artworks reflecting the ethical use of AI as advocated by the SHERPA project, detailing his ethics by design philosophy and his use of art to discuss this subject matter.
Explore the SHERPA Pieces here http://www.sherpapieces.
Every 6 months, the SHERPA project will organise a webinar around one of the key project outputs.
The webinars showcase project experts who will discuss outputs such as case studies, scenarios and ethics guidelines. Each webinar includes a short presentation of about 20 minutes followed by a question and answer portion in which you will be asked to provide your feedback or comments.
Interested in SHERPA? Register for our next webinar visit this link. The next webinar to be held in February 2020 will discuss Security issues.
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