19

October

From Robots to Rust: Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Development

Rusty robot in front of field. Photo.
Welcome to a public seminar to discuss the relation between sustainability and artificial intelligence. Photo: Dylan Hunter, Unsplash
Tid: 2021-10-19 17:00 till 18:00 Seminarium

As part of Lund University's Future Week, COMPUTE research school, AI Lund and the Agenda 2030 Graduate school will host a public seminar at which we will discuss the relation between sustainability and artificial intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an innovative technology influencing the world’s development. But how much do we really know about the bright and dark sides of this technology? AI is more than a robot taking “neutral” decisions, it includes a long chain of people, tasks, and resources that we must consider. In this panel discussion we invite users, developers, and computing experts to help us understand the benefits and trade-offs of this powerful technology in the context of sustainable development. 

17:00 - 17:20 - AI as a tool and target for sustainability projects

Sonja Aits, Associate Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Medicine, Lund University - portal.research.lu.se

17:20 - 17:30 - Working with sustainability in supercomputing facilities

Anders Follin, Technical and Deputy Director, LUNARC Center for Scientific and Technical Computing, Lund University - lunduniversity.lu.se

17:30 - 18:00 - Panel discussion: AI and sustainability: challenges and opportunities

Moderator

Juan Ocampo, PhD student, Agenda 2030 Graduate School - sustainability.lu.se

Panel members


The event will be held online.

Please register via this form no later than 17 October:

Registration form - sustainability.lu.se

All registered will receive an email with the meeting link on 18 October.


The event is jointly organised by:

COMPUTE research school - compute.lu.se,

AI Lund - ai.lu.se and

the Agenda 2030 Graduate School - sustainability.lu.se


This event is part of Lund University’s Future Week, 18-24 October 2021. 

View the program (in Swedish) – lu.se/framtidsveckan

Corona information

We care about the safety and health of all participants. Therefore the Lund University Future Week follows the Public Health Agency of Sweden’s and the government's decisions and corona recommendations. Events, premises and logistics during the week will take into account official corona recommendations. We encourage everyone who has the slightest symptom of a cold or other illness to stay home.



Om händelsen
Tid: 2021-10-19 17:00 till 18:00

Plats
Online

Kontakt
stina [dot] johannesson [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se

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