RAAS workshop materials: Scandal-proofing AI applications – Ethical and legal needs in autonomous systems

RAAS Ethical, Acceptability, Desirability & Impact Assessment RTF and Legal RTF organized an invite only joint workshop on 20.5.2019 in Otaniemi.

The title of the workshop was “Scandal-proofing AI applications – Ethical and legal needs in autonomous systems”. Please find below the PDFs of the presentations of the workshop.

Human perspective to autonomous ships
Emilia Siltanen, Customer Experience & Service Design Lead, Kongsberg Maritime

Ethical and acceptability issues in automated driving
Eetu Pilli-Sihvola, Chief Adviser, Connected and Automated Transport, Traficom

Legal outlook
Prof. Mika Viljanen, RAAS Legal research task force (University of Turku)

Ethical questions
Marja Ylönen, RAAS Ethical, Acceptability, Desirability & Impact Assessment research task force (VTT)

Ethical AI guidelines
Prof. Virpi Roto, RAAS Ethical, Acceptability, Desirability & Impact Assessment research task force (Aalto University)

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