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We would like to draw your attention to a new interview with Professor Lütge on the subject of regulation of artificial intelligence. The interview titled "Making AI Systems Fairer Will Require Time" was published on Communications of the ACM. A link to the interview...
We would like to draw your attention to the following interview with Prof. Lütge at the Data for Policy Conference. The interview deals with the ethical aspects of artificial intelligence. The link to the interview can be found here.
Prof. Lütge will be visiting researcher at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University in September 2019.
The Peter Löscher Endowed Chair of Business Ethics is represented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston and participates in the workshops "Managing Digital Disruption" and "The Social Contract Tradition in Business Ethics".
We would like to draw your attention to a publication recently published at our chair: Organisational culture affecting post-merger integration: New insights from Chinese reverse M&As in Germany, in: Review of International Business and Strategy 29 (2019), No. 2,...
On 11 June, Prof. Lütge gave a lecture at University College London on "Ethics of AI and Autonomous Decision Making". You can watch the lecture in full length on YouTube. Further information on the event can be retrieved by clicking on the link.
On February 20, Prof. Satoshi Mizobata (Universität Kyoto) hold a lecture at the Oberseminar: „Innovation and Market Quality in Russia and Japan“.
On February 8, Prof. Lütge held a presentation at the "AI Ethics and Automated Driving" workshop of the University of Tokyo.
The US company Facebook is supporting the efforts of the Technical University of Munich (TUM) to investigate the ethical implications of Artificial Intelligence with 6.5 million euros. Facebook’s support for the new TUM Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence was...
Together with the Munich Airport, the Peter Löscher Chair of Business Ethics and Global Governance organized a Round Table on November 19, 2018 to discuss the experiences and challenges of sustainability reporting with representatives from business, academia and politics.