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Mariarosaria Taddeo Fellow & Deputy Director at Digital Ethics Lab Oxford/ The Alan Turing Institute
Artificial intelligence (AI) is not just a new technology that requires regulation. It is a powerful force that is reshaping daily practices, personal and professional interactions, and environments. For the well-being of humanity it is crucial that this power is used as a force of good. In this talk, I will analyse the main ethical risks and opportunities (challenges) that AI poses to our societies and describe how ethics can inform governance and policy process to mitigate the risks and harness the many opportunities that AI poses to individual and environmental well-being and the welfare of our societies.