Virtual IEAI Speaker Series: Kampong Ethics with Mark Findlay
November 11 – 10:00 am - 11:00 am
With its Speaker Series, the TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence invites experts from all over the world to talk about ethics and governance of AI. These events serve as an important platform for sharing new research and exchanging knowledge.
The November session of the TUM IEAI Speaker Series will take place on 11th of November, 10am (CET) virtually via Zoom. The topic of the session will be Kampong Ethics.
We are pleased to announce that the speaker for this session is Mark Findlay, Professor of Law at Singapore Management University, and Director of its Centre for AI and Data Governance, where he is a Professorial Research Fellow.
In addition, Mark Findlay has honorary Chairs at the Australian National University, the University of Edinburgh and the University of New South Wales, as well as being an Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the British Institute for International and Comparative Law, and an Honorary Fellow of the Law School, University of Edinburgh. Professor Findlay is the author of 29 monographs & collections and has refereed over 150 articles and book chapters. He has held Chairs in Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, England and Ireland. He was at the University of Sydney for over twenty year, as the Chair in Criminal Justice and the Director of the Institute of Criminology.
Most recent publications include ‘Law’s Regulatory Relevance’ and ‘Principled International Criminal Justice: Lessons from tort law’. Currently he is working on COVID-19 regulatory issues represented in the following discussion papers.
- Regulating Personal Data Usage in COVID-19 Control Conditions
- Ethics, AI, Mass Data and Pandemic Challenges: Responsible Data Use and Infrastructure Application for Surveillance and Pre-emptive Tracing Post-crisis
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