Artificial intelligence (AI) has infiltrated into many aspects of human society, offering people novel life experience and convenience whilst raising many legal, ethical, and moral issues. Focusing on AI-induced prejudice, this talk firstly draws examples from a number of news home and abroad, so as to point out that the AI algorithms used by some governments and corporations hold color, racial or gender prejudice which has produced a ripple effect upon our society. To eradicate AI-induced prejudice, identifying its source is the top priority. Accordingly, this talk not only presents four possible causes of AI-induced prejudice in terms of theory and practice, but also proposes feasible solutions to each of them. This talk concludes with an introduction to the international call for governments and corporations to disclose AI algorithms, and explicates the backlash from corporations and the difficulties in implementation.
Time: 11/12 (SAT) 14:00-15:30
Venue: R116 Multi-function Space of Creative Base for Animators
Dr. SUNG is a professor at the Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation, and Intellectual Property Management, National Chengchi University, Taiwan. His research focuses on intellectual property and technology law, including patent law, copyright law, and antitrust law. Nowadays, he dedicates himself on the antitrust issues of big data and platform in the data-driven economy. Before working as a professor, Dr. SUNG worked for Baker & McKenzie for almost ten years. His practices included patent prosecutions, IP litigation, IP licensing and technology transfer, and IP management consultations. Dr. SUNG obtained his BS and MS degrees in physics at Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, MS in Technology Law also at Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan, and Ph.D. in Technology Law at Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan.
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