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LCAE Undergraduate Research Symposium

Today I'll be presenting with Arizona State University’s Lincoln Center of Applied Ethics at their Undergraduate Research Symposium. My research topic covers A.I. and artistic identity, exploring the debates over copyright law. I look forward to sharing my research findings and hope to leave audiences puzzling over whether art can exist without their creators. Tune in at 5:45 ET to catch my presentation through Zoom at https://asu.zoom.us/j/6570164304


The line-up (in AZ time):


2:00 pm: Brief Opening Remarks, Erica O’Neil and Sean Kenney


2:00 to 2:10 pm: “Museum on Artificial Intelligence in Art: The Influence of Artificial Intelligence on the Contemporary Art Landscape,” Jainan Marble, Biology Undergraduate, Arizona State University


2:10 to 2:15 pm: Q&A with the presenter


2:15 to 2:25 pm: “The Symbiosis of Artificial General Intelligence and Organic General Intelligence,” Lauren Short, Biochemistry Undergraduate, Arizona State University


2:25 to 2:30 pm: Q&A with the presenter


2:30 to 2:40 pm: “Evaluating the Ethics of Content Recommendation and Filtering Techniques on Social Media Platforms By Associating Them With Social Behavioral Models,” Mannan Anand, Computer Science Undergraduate, Arizona State University,


2:40 to 2:45 pm: Q&A with the presenter


2:45 to 2:55 pm: “Art Or The Artist: An Exploration of Artistic Intelligence, Intellectual Property, and Identity,” Samantha Kurdas, Philosophy Undergraduate, Arizona State University


2:55 to 3:00 pm: Q&A with the presenter


3:00 to 3:10 pm: “‘Captcha Who?’: An Uncomfortable Game Demonstrating Algorithmic Bias,” Hannah Sweis, Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate, Arizona State University


3:10 to 3:15 pm: Q&A with the presenter


3:15 to 3:25 pm: “Diversity and AI: Data Sets and Human Inclusivity”, Alishia Dauterive, English and Psychology Undergraduate, Arizona State University


3:25 to 3:30 pm: Q&A with the presenter


3:30 to 3:40 pm: “AI in Finance: Algorithmic Bias and the Need for Robust Risk Management Frameworks,” Yatee Kapoor, Accountancy and Computer Information Systems Undergraduate, Arizona State University.


3:40 to 3:45 pm: Q&A with the presenter


3:45 to 3:55 pm: “Using AI to Combat Eating Disorders,” Raelyn Cameron, Data Science Undergraduate, Arizona State University


3:55 to 4:00 pm: Q&A with the presenter


4:00 pm: Brief Closing Remarks, Erica O’Neil and Sean Kenney



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