Explorative lunch meeting #2: Concepts for interdisciplinary collaboration on digitalization and AI: Trust
Explorative lunch meetings at the Faculty of Arts #2: Trust can be said to be seen as the ‘lubricant’ that makes a digitalized society run more smoothly, e.g. when citizens trust government agencies and public service providers to protect their data privacy and not misuse or mismanage the large datasets that the agencies keep.
Oplysninger om arrangementet
Aarhus: AU, Nobelparken, room 1483-616. / Videolink in Copenhagen: DPU, Emdrup, Tuborgvej 164, building D, room D120
Will citizens continue to place trust in the public sector, large companies and each other if data flows into international systems and infrastructures and if artificial intelligence is used to automate or support decision making processes in public services?
In this seminar, three scholars from computer science, political science and anthropology, respectively, set out to discuss the concept of trust itself.
The lunch will encourage open, cross-disciplinary dialogue and feature the following speed-talks:
- ARTS: Associate Professor Maja Hojer Bruun, Department of Educational Anthropology: Trust in emerging digital technologies
- NAT: Associate Professor Claudio Orlandi, Department of Computer Science: Trust in a Cryptographic Context
- BSS: Professor, Gert Tinggaard Svendsen, Department of Political Science: Social Trust and Public Digitalization
- Aarhus: AU, Nobelparken, room 1483-616. DPU
- Videolink in Copenhagen: DPU, Emdrup, Tuborgvej 164, building D, room D120
Deadline for registration:
- 15 June 2022