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Prototyping tensions: How to talk to your colleagues about AI
Friday, 01/July/2022:
4:30pm - 6:00pm

Session Chair: Sonja Rebecca Rattay, University of Copenhagen
Session Chair: Ignacio Garnham, Aarhus University
Session Chair: Jacob T. Browne, Philips
Location: BA02 Bizkaia Aretoa_ Room Elhuyar, Ground floor

Main venue, Ground floor

Chair: Mireia Yurrita, Deflt University of Technology

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Prototyping tensions: How to talk to your colleagues about AI

Sonja Rattay1, Mireia Yurrita2, Ignacio Garnham3, Jacob Browne2,4

1University of Copenhagen; 2Delft University of Technology; 3Aarhus University; 4Philips Experience Design

Current imaginaries of AI are pulled in opposing directions. On the utopian side, AI is being projected as the better half of humankind, evening out the fallibility of human bias and our inability to “know it all”. On the dystopian side, AI will make humans either obsolete or turn humans into overly optimized cogs in a machine. The reality will most likely lie somewhere in between, in an uncomfortable grey zone of compromises, tradeoffs and negotiations of values and desired futures. In this conversation, we want to explore the tensions between contrasting imaginaries, which we present as four different positions towards how the future development of AI should be approached.

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