Organized by UT Austin
The Good Systems Symposium is the signature annual event of the UT Austin interdisciplinary research challenge to design ethical AI technologies for the benefit of society.
International Perspectives Panel: Global Collaboration to Fuel Ethical Innovation
Featuring experts working to embed ethics in AI technologies, this panel on day 1 of the session explored the need for cross-sector, global collaboration in Ethical AI and the elements of fruitful collaborations. Participants heard how each panelist defines a “good” system, what trends leaders are noticing in terms of ethical practice, and how different sectors and governments approach policy around emerging technologies to ensure they serve the greater good.
Panelists and Moderators
- Christine Custis (Partnership on AI)
- Kate Devlin (UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Systems Hub)
- Kay Firth-Butterfield (World Economic Forum)
- Sherri Greenberg (UT Austin)
Director of Programs and Research and Head of FTA & ABOUT ML