Artificial Intelligence and Ecocide Law, Webinar March 10

Event date: March 10, 2022
Artificial Intelligence is an exponentially growing field of technology, a powerful force for source control and new pathways. But how do we secure that it is used in a benign way for humans and nature?

Time: March 10 at 17-18 CET
Place: Zoom
Register: here.
Artificial Intelligence is an exponentially growing field of technology, a powerful force for source control and new pathways. But how do we secure that it is used in a benign way for humans and nature? Could AI be the new plastic? Can Ecocide Law be the ethical framework to govern AI in a benign direction, as a force for sustainable development? Welcome to a webinar on AI, ethics and sustainability.

Speakers:
Andre Uhl, Technology and Innovation Fellow, Harvard Planetary Health Alliance; Chair, IEEE Earth Lab.
Pella Thiel, ecologist, expert in UN Harmony with Nature, chair, End Ecocide Sweden.
Jonas Roupé, Co-founder, Ecocide Law Alliance.

Event enabled by generous funding by Postkodstiftelsen, the Swedish Postcode Foundation.

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