On the 4th of May, IEAI researchers Auxanne Boch, Ellen Homa, and Maria Pokholkova hosted the System of AI Accountability in Financial Services Workshop as part of their current project with Fujitsu Global at the TUM Think Tank.
In March 2023, our researcher, Ellen Hohma, attended the 20th Oxford Spring School in Advanced Research Methods.
Workshop with Fujitsu on the Risks Associated with AI systems and Determining Responsibilities within Organizations
Earlier this month, our Director Prof. Dr. Lütge, Executive Director Caitlin Corrigan, and Research Associates Alexander Kriebitz and Auxane Boch attended the 2nd edition of the World AI Cannes Festival in France.
Fujitsu and TUM enter Year 2 of their collaboration to move AI accountability from a conceptual stage to industry practice.
New IEAI research projects were presented by representatives of each project.
"Towards an Accountability Framework for Artifici [...]
Workshop “Risk Management and Responsibility Assessment”
Workshop “Accountability Requirements for AI Applications”
The use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in everyday life not only represents a technical challenge, it also raises a number of ethical questions. The TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IEAI) addresses these questions and will be assisted in the future by Japanese technology company Fujitsu.