Knowledge Brokering for Responsible Algorithms

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Invited plenary presentation at AI For the People Conference, 11 November 2021

Design and use of predictive algorithms in the public sector require deep understanding of context, culture, values, decision-making and social contract (rights & duties). Controversies may erupt when government agencies implement AI-powered solutions that reduce or neglect practical problems and ‘lived experience’ of citizens and end-users, whether it is in the workplace, urban space, elderly care, educational system etc. In this presentation, I argue that Responsible AI needs intermediaries (1) who can translate technical jargon to decision-makers responsible for legislative change, (2) intermediaries who can translate social science to technical solutions, and (3) intermediaries who can speak to both scientists and policymakers, creating a common language to make democratic solutions.


8.30-9.05 Registration, breakfast and poster mounting (room 4.513)

9.05-9.30 Welcome to the Conference and AI for the People Update

9.30-10.00 Invited talk – Bridging projects AAU by Hicham Johra

10.00-10.15 Break

10.15 -10.45 Invited talk - Professor Serge Belongie, Head of AI Pioneer Center: Fine-grained Analysis and Extended Reality

10.45-11.15 Invited talk – Professor David Budtz, AAU: Data Brokering and Knowledge Brokering Between Research and Government

11.15-13.00 Poster session and lunch

Room 4.517

Rendsburggade 14, 9000 Aalborg
Periode11 nov. 2021
Sted for afholdelseAI for the People
Grad af anerkendelseInternational