Decoding AI: The Science, Policies, Applications, and Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly permeating many facets of our lives, raising both hope and concern about possibilities for our future. AI is transforming domains as disparate as science, medicine, commerce, government, law, the military, and the arts, and in doing so, it is forcing us to grapple with practical, political, and philosophical questions about humans and the nature of human interaction. The Harvard Radcliffe Institute Science Symposium will examine AI, its impact, and its ethics by exploring current and potential applications of AI in a range of fields of inquiry, practice, and public policy as well as what AI is (and is not).
Harvard Radcliffe Institute gratefully acknowledges the following funds that are supporting this event:
Ardis Butler James Fund for Science
Melanie Mason and David W. Niemiec Fund for Science
Melanie Mason Niemiec ’71 Current-Use Fund for Science
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