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UiB AI #9 Trustworthy AI

March 8 @ 10:00 - 12:00

How do we work with trust in artificial intelligence? Meet our researchers and participate in the next UiB AI seminar!

Artificial intelligence today is maybe not yet human-centric, but it is definitely human collaborative. That means that people use AI to augment their abilities: the spam filter saves me time, the route finder helps me orient, the speech to text helps me caption videos, the video editor helps me change from vertical to horizontal format without losing the important objects in the video. Also, AI requires constant human support: to clean, label and overall preprocess data for learning algorithms, to identify and correct mistakes, to do the unusual non-typical tasks that an AI cannot handle. Much has been said about the trustworthiness of AI in recent years. Trust is a relational property between people that can facilitate or hinder collaboration. Trustworthiness is a value that we would AI to be aligned with.

The department of Information Science and Media Studies and the faculty of social sciences is concerned with the social and collaborative aspects and properties of AI. In this edition of the UiB AI seminar series, they showcase four research examples on how they work with trust and AI. The short presentations will be followed by a panel debate.


Creating Embodied Artificial Trustworthiness

by Ragnhild Mølster (presenter) and Jens Elmelund Kjeldsen

Should we trust the world with a IP-hungry AI in it?

by Richard Misek

Trustworthy journalism through AI

by Andreas Lothe Opdahl, based on a paper

Trust but verify

by Rustam Galimullin


Panel: should we seek trustworthiness for AI or for its human collaborators?

Participants: TBD

Moderator: Marija Slavkovik


March 8
10:00 - 12:00
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