Roundtable Discussion: AI, Ethics, and Aesthetics
A consortium of faculty from the University of Georgia will interrogate the relationship between artificial intelligence, aesthetics, and ethics. The discussion will focus largely on the possibility that AI, most notably in the form of machine-learning recommender systems, causes unintended aesthetic harms by degrading our aesthetic capacities and biasing our aesthetic choices.
Panelists include: Anna Abraham, Educational Psychology; David Saltz, Theater and Film Studies; Aaron Meskin, Philosophy and AI; Rosanna Smith, Marketing; and Isabelle Wallace, School of Art.
Wednesday, October 20 at 5:30pm
287 W. Broad St, Athens, GA 30605