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Published on Friday, July 08, 2022

Abstract

Our international forum aims at creating an innovative dialogue to explore new research issues and methodology for future symbiotic society with artificial intelligence. It involves researchers working on a wide array of topics and disciplines, in particular in the field of social sciences and humanity (SSH) and of computer/engineering sciences (CS/ES), revolving around artificial intelligence. The 35 participants, coming from Japan, Germany and France, will be divided into three theme panels to discuss the designated topics and draw the goals and its roadmaps for future society with scientific, technical, ethical and humanity challenges.

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Presentation

Our international forum aims at creating an innovative dialogue to explore new research issues and methodology for future symbiotic society with artificial intelligence. It involves researchers working on a wide array of topics and disciplines, in particular in the field of social sciences and humanity (SSH) and of computer/engineering sciences (CS/ES), revolving around artificial intelligence. The 35 participants, coming from Japan, Germany and France, will be divided into three theme panels to discuss the designated topics and draw the goals and its roadmaps for future society with scientific, technical, ethical and humanity challenges. Taking place over 3 days, the forum will start with a conference open to the public on July 18 and will alternate closed panel working meetings and plenary sessions.

Venue

  • On site: GED Open Space, Campus Condorcet, 10 cours des Humanités 93300 Aubervilliers (France)
  • In English
  • Mandatory registration

Programme

9.00 - 17.00 (Paris time)

08:30 | Welcoming coffee

09:00 | Opening remarks Katsumi EMURA (NEC Corporation, AIP Network Lab)

09:10 | Introduction

09:10 | National strategy related to AI/Initiatives on AI at EHESS

  • Romain HURET (EHESS),
  •  Solène MARIÉ (INSHS),
  • Takahiro OHNO (Ambassade du Japon en France)

Chair: Sébastien LECHEVALIER (FFJ-EHESS)

09:40 | Aims and introduction to the International Forum

  • Sébastien LECHEVALIER (FFJ-EHESS),
  • Kenji MASE (Nagoya University),
  • Catherine PELACHAUD (CNRS)

10:00 | Coffee Break

10:25 | Keynote Speech

  • Masahiko INAMI (The University of Tokyo)

Moderator: Koichiro ETO (National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

11:05 | Keynote Speech

  • Valérie BEAUDOUIN (CEMS, EHESS)

Moderator: Catherine PELACHAUD (CNRS, UPMC)

11:45 | Lunch

13:00 | Panel 1 - A Knowledge Revolution? AI and Brain

  • Jean-Pierre NADAL (EHESS),
  • Takufumi YANAGISAWA (Osaka University)

Chair: Minoru ETOH (Osaka University), Catherine PELACHAUD (CNRS, UPMC)

This panel focuses on AI and its use in understanding and modeling perception, cognition andemotions. It includes some contribution from neuroscience.

13:40 | Discussion

14:10 | Panel 2 - Data, AI and trust

  • Isao ECHIZEN (National Institute of Informatics),
  • Vanessa NUROCK (Côte d’Azur University)

Chair: Akiko AIZAWA (National Institute of Informatics), Corinne FREDOUILLE (Université d’Avignon)

This panel focuses on the issue of trust applied to data and the use of AI in some sectors anddomains (e.g. health, justice). One series of questions is related to the access to personal data,their storage, and their use. A second series of questions concerns the working of algorithms, their ability to deal with diversity and the existence of possible biases as well as user’s trust in theapplications using AI.

  • 14:50 | Discussion
  • 15:20 | Coffee break

15:50 | Panel 3 - Working & Living in a Cyber Physical - AI world: which interactions between human beingand machine?

  • Minao KUKITA (Nagoya University),
  • Nicolas OBIN (IRCAM, Sorbonne Université)

Chair: Yukiko NAKANO (Seikei University), Sébastien LECHEVALIER (FFJ-EHESS)

This panel focuses on the transformation of the workplace and its consequences on labor, workorganization and economic activities. It also deals with the transformation of our daily lives andlooks at specific fields of social interaction and on the interactions between humans and robots.

16:30 | Discussion

Organisation

  • Co-organized with CNRS, EHESS, JST
  • Supported by Campus Condorcet, FMSH

Places

  • Grand Équipement Documentaire (GED) - 10 cours des Humanités
    Aubervilliers, France (93)

Event attendance modalities

Full on-site event


Date(s)

  • Monday, July 18, 2022

Keywords

  • artificial , intelligence

Contact(s)

  • Michel Fabien
    courriel : events_ffj [at] ehess [dot] fr

Information source

  • Michel Fabien
    courriel : events_ffj [at] ehess [dot] fr

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Intelligence augmentation and amplification plus society (2022) », Conference, symposium, Calenda, Published on Friday, July 08, 2022, https://doi.org/10.58079/198c

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