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26th New Frontiers in Computing (NFIC '24) – A Half-day seminar at Stanford University

May 31 @ 4:00 pm - 9:30 pm PDT

The seminar will feature invited talks on the theme, "Can Machines Be Good? Navigating the Ethics of Generative AI".
A light meal will be served and the registration fee is $10. Stanford parking is free after 4 pm.
Synopsis:
Generative AI is changing our world, but this capacity also means that we must think about its ethical ramifications. The alleged “existential threat” posed by AI that some experts cautioned raises the question of whether machines can be good. The half-day seminar aims to foster a discussion on resolving societal issues emanating from the use of Generative AI. The talks by experts will delve into the moral minefield, including fake content, fairness, and the possibility of job displacement.
Come engage in a stimulating conversation about how to minimize the possible hazards associated with generative AI while maximizing its potential benefits. We'll look at approaches and solutions for creating and implementing this technology ethically.
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Co-sponsored by: North America Taiwanese Engineering & Science Association, NATEA https://natea.org/
Speaker(s): Dr. Ricardo Baeza-Yates, Dr. Vishnu S. Pendyala, Dr. Ruksana Azhu Valappil, Dr. Sindhu Joseph, Dr. Yang Liu
Room: Auditorium, Room 101, Bldg: David Packard Electrical Engineering Building, The Hughes Electronics Conference Center, Stanford University (parking is free after 4pm), Stanford, California, United States

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