AI-MAN: Ethical/Legal Issues Workshop

EU-Japan AI Project has actively participated in the AI-MAN (ICT-38) project’s cluster on Ethical and Legal Issue with a talk about the EU and Japanese Legal and Ethical Approaches presented by the consortium partner MEJI. Furthermore, the consortium members had the chance to interact and further establish synergies with other ICT-38 projects during the workshop. The AI-MAN cluster, supported by EFFRA and the Connected Factories project, aims at exploiting synergies between the projects and increasing their impact. 

The recording of this webinar is available here


Agenda Of The Workshop:

14:00 – 14:05 Introduction to the Workshop

14:05 – 14:20 “Comparing the EU and Japanese Legal and Ethical Approaches to AI for Manufacturing”, Dr Andrew A. Adams, Centre for Business Information Ethics, Meiji University, Tokyo, Japan, H2020 EU-Japan.AI

14:20 – 14:35 “Human Where? A New Scale Defining Human Involvement in Technology Communities from an Ethical Standpoint“, Marc Anderson and Karen Fort, H2020 PROFICIENT Project

14:35 -14:50 “Artificial lawyer – collecting and using data for certain legal issues related to manufacturing” Dr. Raphael Thomas Prabucki, H2020 MAS4AI Project

14:50 – 15:05 “AI in Manufacturing, that Works. The Symbiosis of Functionals & Non-Functionals as Main Success Factor”, Arthur van der Wees, H2020 STAR Project

15:05 – 15:20 “Developing a human centric architecture for AI in manufacturing – experiences, insights, challenges”, Jan-Hendrik Passoth and Benedict Lang, H2020 ASSISTANT Project

15:20 – 15:35 “AI EU Act, Legal Issues, and Implications on COALA Project”, Celine Castets-Renard, H2020 COALA Project

15:35 – 16:00 Discussion – Questions – Answers


Author: Coordinator, MINDS & SPARKS GmbH