On-Site IEAI Event: AI and Human Rights: Implications for Corporate Responsibilities
July 18 – 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
Business enterprises are increasingly recognized as entities responsible for upholding human rights. This progress has been driven by international frameworks such as the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. However, the growing integration of artificial intelligence (AI) across various business sectors raises questions about how existing corporate human rights responsibilities should be interpreted in relation to these technologies.
What implications do human rights have for the design and development of AI solutions? Can you provide examples of adverse impacts resulting from the use of AI on human rights? What measures should companies implement to prevent human rights violations during the development and deployment of AI?
Moderated by Dr. Caitlin Corrigan, Executive Director of the Institute of Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, we will hear from practitioners, representatives of NGOs and scholars who will shed light on this topic. Join us for this insightful conversation, scheduled to take place on July 18th, 2023, in person at Hochschule für Politik, Richard-Wagner-Straße 1, 80333 Munich, Room B.158 (TUM Think Tank). We invite you to participate and contribute to this discussion!
Alexander Kriebitz is a post-doctoral researcher at TUM / Institute of Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI), where he specializes in ethical issues in AI. His research focuses on corporate responsibilities concerning human and fundamental rights considerations throughout the AI lifecycle. In particular, Alexander studies the implications of the EU AI Act, as well as international human rights frameworks such as the UN Global Compact and the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, in respect to the development and deployment of AI.
Katie Evans holds a doctorate in the philosophy of ethics and artificial intelligence from Sorbonne University, with a specialization in the Ethics of Autonomous Vehicles. She also holds a masters in political and ethical philosophy from the Sorbonne, and an undergraduate in cinema studies and direction. She left her native Vancouver twelve years ago to pursue a life in Paris, where she is now based. Currently, Katie works as a consultant and scientific expert for multiple actors in the AI ecosystem. She was commissioned by UNESCO in 2021 to author a comic book for AI literacy, released earlier this year in 4 languages. She is also a consultant at the IEEE for the development of ethical standards, and lead analyst at the International Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (IRCAI).
Jenny Le is a Senior Manager at EY GmbH Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft, where she specializes in data privacy risk and compliance. She advises clients on privacy risk management, AI and privacy governance frameworks and operating models, and regulatory compliance, Jenny is a US attorney with a Master of Science in molecular biology, and a certified Fellow in Privacy (CIPP/E and CIPM). Jenny is a frequent speaker at the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) and author of several publications on topics such as differential privacy, third party risk privacy risk management, and data loss prevention.
Mario Tokarz is a seasoned leader in AI and digital transformation with over a decade of experience guiding teams and companies. His work includes leading the creation of BMW Group’s Data Center for Autonomous Driving and contributing to the development of an urban autonomous driving software stack at AID/Argo AI. These experiences honed his perspective on balancing compliance and ethics with innovation in AI application. Mario is deeply invested in AI ethics, serving currently as an Authorized Assessor for IEEE’s CertifAIEd program. His commitment to the ethical application of AI stems from his advocacy for open-source software in regulated sectors, where he has successfully integrated consumer electronics into the automotive world.
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