“We must put human beings at the centre of the systems we are disrupting and developing.” – Klaus Schwab, Founder and Executive Chairman, World Economic Forum Geneva

The human-machine interaction is becoming ever more profound and ubiquitous. This makes understanding and implementing principles that can guide machine behavior in concordance with human ethics—teaching AI how to act in kind ways—a discipline of utmost importance.

The Symposium is led and curated by Nell Watson, one of the foremost machine ethics experts, the co-founder of EthicsNet, a non-profit building a community with the purpose of co-creating a dataset for machine ethics algorithms, and AI Faculty at Singularity University.