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, which can sometimes be overlooked and which need to be addressed to ensure its full potential. This blogpost draws on the experience of the (interdisciplinary) KU Leuven Summer School on the Law, Ethics and Policy of AI. It provides some reflections on the advantages and drawbacks of AI and interdisciplinarity, as well as key takeaways for the future of interdisciplinary AI research.

To read the full article and learn about the summer school, please click on this link.

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