Artificial Intelligence Series: Ethical Considerations of Autonomous Intelligence Systems (DDN1-E02)

Product code: DDN1-E02

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October 25, 2023


10:30 am to 12:00 pm (ET)

English, with interpretation in French

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1.5 hours



All public servants at all levels



Artificial intelligence (AI) and its influence on society remains a widely debated topic. While AI can improve our daily lives, it also raises substantial moral and ethical questions.

This event serves to investigate some of the ethical questions related to the use of AI technologies and its potential impacts on our society.

Participants will learn about plausible adverse outcomes, explore the ethics of AI use, and discuss emerging principles for the responsible design and ethical implementation of autonomous intelligence systems.

This is the third event in a new series of new events presented in partnership with Mila, a Quebec-based Artificial Intelligence institute, and which is designed to connect public servants to Canada’s leading AI researchers.

Learn more about the Artificial Intelligence Series.


AJung Moon, Assistant Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at McGill University


Somaieh Nikpoor, Lead – Data Science and AI Strategy at Transport Canada

Date modified: 2023-03-27