Eric Horvitz' lecture is hosted by the University of Michigan in partnership with Michigan Engineering. U-M is one of nine institutions worldwide that hosts an annual Tanner Lecture on Human Values.
This is a two part event that includes a keynote lecture and a panel discussion with lunch the following day. Both are in-person, but a live stream will be available.
- 11/2 Keynote interest form
- Keynote livestream
- 11/3 Panel/lunch interest form
- Panel livestream
- Complete list of Tanner Lectures at U-M
PART 1: KEYNOTE - Wednesday, November 2, 4:00 pm Rackham Amphitheater
AI advancements have been motivated and inspired by human intelligence for decades. How can we use AI to expand our knowledge and understanding of the world and ourselves? How can we leverage AI to enrich our lives?
PART 2: FOLLOW UP PANEL DISCUSSION
On Thursday, November 3, a follow up event at the Rackham Assembly Hall will be held to continue the dialogue around AI and Human values - consisting of breakfast, a panel discussion and lunch.
9:00 -10:00 am, breakfast
10:00 am - 12:30 pm, panel discussion
12:30 - 2:30 pm, lunch
Introduction by Dean Gallimore
Moderator - Benjamin Kuipers
Panelist #1 Peter Railton - U-M philosophy
Panelist #2 Richard Lewis - U-M Psychology
Panelist #3 Rada Mihalcea - Michigan Engineering
For more information on this event visit Happening @ UMICH.