It was an absolute pleasure to travel to Warsaw last week to give two talks on the ethics of Artifical Intelligence.
Wednesday afternoon I spoke at the Humantech meetings organised at SWPS University Warsaw, where I highlighted the interdisplinary challenges related to AI ethics. Thursday morning I adressed a room packed with 400 developers at Pydata Warsaw to specifically focus on development related challenges and AI bias as a major problem. I concluded suggesting that AI developers should develop their own ethos, a professional set of morals to prevent bad products.
Thanks a lot to all the amazing people that I met. The organizers of the Humantech meetings, Konrad Maj, and Ewa Łuczak as well as Anna Kovbasiuk. And Sebastian Szymański for the highly interesting talk about the state of AI regulation.
A special thanks goes to the main organizer of Pydata Warsaw, Rafał Małanij, for inviting me to Pydata and the impressive city of Warsaw.
Thanks a lot as well to more amazing people that I had the pleasure to meet. You should definitely check out the PyData talks and work in general of Malte Pietsch and Inga Strümke and the amazing startup work of Piotr Tynecki !