KU Leuven AI Summer School: AI and Interdisciplinary

Victoria Hendrickx and Nathalia Smuha write an article on the push towards interdisciplinary in AI. “Interdisciplinary research is becoming increasingly popular, especially in the domain of artificial intelligence (AI) where it is difficult to fathom societal opportunities and risks without considering insights from various disciplines. However, taking an interdisciplinary approach also comes with several challenges, […]

AI Governance: Digital Responsibility as a Building Block

Towards an Index of Digital Responsibility By Eva Thelisson, Jean-Henry Morin and Johan Rochel The rapid development of AI-based technologies significantly impacts almost all human activities as they are tied to already existing underlying systems and services. In order to make sure that these technologies are at least transparent if not provably beneficial for human […]