In June 2018, the European Commission appointed a “AI High Level Expert Group” (AI-HLEG) to support the implementation of the European Strategy on Artificial Intelligence. One of the first results of the AI-HLEG has been to deliver ethics guidelines on Artificial Intelligence (https://ec.europa.eu/futurium/en/ai-alliance-consultation/guidelines). These guidelines put forward a human-centered approach to AI, and list seven key requirements that human-centered, trustworthy AI systems should meet. Many of today’s most popular AI methods, however, fail to meet these guidelines: making them compliant is a scientific endeavor that is as crucial as it is challenging and stimulating.
1st International Workshop on New Foundations for Human-Centered AI will collectively address the fundamental questions of what are the scientific and technological gaps that we have to fill in order to make AI systems “human-centered” in terms of the above guidelines.
The workshop is part of ECAI-2020, the European Conference on AI, held on Aug 29 – Sep 8.
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