Sep 23–26, 2019

Embrace complexity: The new rules of AI

Janet Haven (Data & Society)
11:20am12:00pm Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Location: 1E 14
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 2 ratings)

How do we govern technology that we love and, in some cases, fear? How do we protect innovation while also respecting human dignity? And how can deepen connections between technology and social science to get to ethical outcomes? Join Data & Society Research Institute Executive Director Janet Haven for a deep dive into research, case studies and emerging governance approaches to creating the rules of ethical AI.

What you'll learn

Understand the growing ecosystem of organizations working on AI governance, and learn about specific governance approaches from recent cases, as well as where you can find more research on topics you care about.
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Janet Haven

Data & Society

Janet Haven is the executive director of Data & Society. Previously, she was Data & Society’s director of programs and strategy; spent more than a decade at the Open Society Foundations, where she oversaw funding strategies and grant making related to technology’s role in supporting and advancing civil society, particularly in the areas of human rights and governance and accountability; and started her career in technology startups in central Europe, participating in several successful acquisitions. She sits on the board of the Public Lab for Open Science and Technology and advises a range of nonprofit organizations. Janet holds an MA from the University of Virginia and a BA from Amherst College.

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