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AI & Ethics, a panel discussion

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A panel discussion with Dalith Steiger (Swiss Cognitive), and Sophie Achermann (Allianz F).

Our panel will have a closer look at how ethics may vary from culture to culture, how business and tech need to talk and work closely together to define the very standards of their work. We will have a closer look at the questions companies now have to answer and of course, we will also figure out how artificial intelligence can be used not only to follow ethical guidelines but also to guide us to more ethical thinking.

The bio’s of our panelists

– Dalith Steiger
Dalith studied mathematics at the University of Zurich, co-founded the award-winning AI start-up SwissCognitive, and the CognitiveValley Foundation, together with Andy Fitze. Dalith was born in Israel and grew up in Switzerland. She is a global AI advisor and speaker, sharing her extensive knowledge and experience in the field of AI around the world. She is also CEO of the Swiss IT Leadership Forum, and Member of the Advisory Council of digital-liberal.ch. Dalith sits in the jury of the Digital Economy Award as well as the START Hack, she is an advisor at Kickstart Innovation, a mentor at the Founder Institute, and teaches AI & Machine Learning in a CAS module at the Applied University of Luzern. Besides her drive for cognitive technologies, she is also a loving mother of two teenage girls, a passionate mountain biker and a big fan of high-heel shoes.

– Sophie Achermann
Sophie Achermann has been the managing director of alliance F since May 2018. As a former Swiss youth delegate to the UN, she began to address the issue of hate/sexism online in 2015 at an event organized by her. At the beginning of 2019, Sophie Achermann launched the Stop Hate Speech project, which went online on 5 January 2021 with the first version of a counter-speech platform.

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