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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence: AI.Humanity Ethics Lecture Series

April 11–May 23, 2022

Over seven weeks in April and May, five world-renowned AI scholars, Matthias ScheutzSeth Lazar, Ifeoma AjunwaCarissa Véliz, and Mona Sloane will visit Emory to discuss the moral and social complexities of artificial intelligence and how it may be shaped for the benefit of humanity. A reception will follow each lecture. 

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Shaping the future of artificial intelligence to serve society: Emory’s AI.Humanity initiative

“Emory seeks to realize the full potential of technology to shape the human endeavor. We want to put AI into the service of humanity by using it to guide health, law, business, arts and humanities in thoughtful, ethical, and wise ways.” — Ravi Bellamkonda, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

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