Artificial Intelligence is an increasingly core part of our daily lives, but its power is only wielded by a select few and its application can have significant ramifications on society as a whole. With this in mind, how can we empower citizens and ensure AI is used to benefit society as a whole?
As forerunners in AI, coupled with our status as one of the fairest societies in the world, Finland and the University of Helsinki are perfectly positioned to help address and shape the societal impact of AI with our friends and colleagues from around the world.
Join us on 23rd June 4-5.30pm Helsinki time (9-10.30am EDT), as we bring together some of Finland's top AI experts to discuss our vision of an inclusive AI movement with stakeholders in the US.
The event is open to all and speakers include Professor of Computer Science Teemu Roos, COO of Reaktor Education Megan Schaible and Professor of Artificial Intelligence Petri Myllymäki. The event will be hosted by Finnish-American journalist and Author Anu Partanen.
If you or your colleagues are interested in attending, you can register online and see the event's full programme at: www.lyyti.in/HelsinkiAI .
We hope to see you there!