Retos éticos y sociales de la Inteligencia Artificial (Zaragoza)

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Retos éticos y sociales de la Inteligencia Artificial (Zaragoza)

13/Jan/2020 from 19:00 a 20:30

Zaragoza, IBERCAJA Patio de la Infanta (San Ignacio de Loyola, 16)

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Los avances de la Inteligencia Artificial abren muchas preguntas sobre el uso correcto de las nuevas tecnologías y sobre su impacto en la vida de las personas y de las sociedades.
-¿Qué uso debe hacerse de los datos y algoritmos?
-¿Cuál es su impacto en la toma de decisiones?
-¿En qué cosas pueden los sistemas autónomos sustituir a los seres humanos y en qué cosas no?
-¿Cuáles son los efectos de la IA en la difusión de la información?
-¿Cómo puede la IA ayudar a la mejora de la sociedad y a la solución de los grandes problemas actuales?

Ponentes
Prof. Joan Fontrodona, Profesor de Ética Empresarial, Titular de la Cátedra CaixaBank de Responsabilidad Social Corporativa, IESE
Javier Orús, , Director y Co-Fundador, PredictLand


Speakers

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    Professor of Business Ethics and Analysis of Business Problems

    Joan Fontrodona is professor and director of the Business Ethics Department at IESE Business School. He is also holder of the CaixaBank Chair of Corporate Social Responsibility and director of the Center for Business in Society (CBS). He holds a PhD in Philosophy (University of Navarra) and a Master in Business Administration (IESE Business School). Currently, he is member of the ABIS Board (The Academy of Business and Society) and member of the Executive Committee of the Spanish United Nations Global Compact. He also is a member of the commission for Social Responsibility of the Board of Auditors and Censors of Catalonia and of the Deontological Commission of FENIN. He was President of EBEN-Spain (the Spanish branch of the European Business Ethics Network) as well as of the Board Committee of Foretica, in representation of individual members.

    He is the IESE representative at the Global Compact of the United Nations and at the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education.

    He has written and collaborated to several books on Business Ethics and was a guest editor in several special issues of scientific journals, such as Business Ethics Quarterly, Journal of Business Ethics and, Business Ethics: European Review. He also is a member of advisory and editorial boards in different medias and publications related to Business Ethics and Social Responsibility.