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Friday, June 14 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Where will your values take AI? Co-designing a Moral Labyrinth (and taking one home!)

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This workshop, led by artists and designers from Harvard University and the University of Tokyo, will bring together participants to think through difficult questions questions about human relationships to technology, and create a visual work that each participant will get to take home. The session is inspired by the Value Alignment Problem: the challenge of assuring that the goals embedded in intelligent systems (or the secondary goals they subsequently form) are aligned with the values of the society they serve. The session will include: discussion morality across cultures, creative exercises geared toward generating diverse questions, and compiling the participant-generated questions into "moral labyrinth." The labyrinth will include as many voices as there are workshop participants, in as many languages as possible. The session will conclude with participant-generated labyrinths, and each participant will get to take one home. After RightsCon, the collective Moral Labyrinth will be posted online to share with others, and visitors to the site will also be able to submit their own moral questions for reflection. The workshop encourages collaborative reflection on value alignment in the 21st century -- emphasizing the necessity of asking questions as we co-create and steer toward our shared technological future.

Moderators
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Newman

Senior Researcher, metaLAB and Berkman Klein Center, Harvard University
Newman is a Senior Researcher and Principal at metaLAB at Harvard, and a Fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society. As a researcher expressing ideas through installation art, her work engages with technology’s role in human experience. BA Philosophy, MFA Imaging... Read More →

Speakers
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Jie Qi

Learning Designer, Creative Director, & Cofounder, Chibitronics
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Mindy Seu

Berkman Klein Center for the Internet & Society Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Mindy Seu is a designer, recent student in Harvard's Graduate School of Design, fellow at the Berkman Klein Center for the Internet and Society, former fellow at Internet Archive, and faculty at Rutgers and Yale University. 


Friday June 14, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am
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