The Director of the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence, Prof. Dr. Christoph Lütge, has been appointed as Member of the Academic Committee of the Institute for AI International Governance (I-AIIG) of Tsinghua University, China, and as Advisory Board Member at the Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Law & Society (CAILS) of GLA University, Mathura, India.
“It is no longer responsible not to use AI as it is no longer responsible to work on a local, national or regional basis. I want to thank both I-AIIG and CAILS for the confidence that have shown in me. I will be honored to lend my name and support to their efforts.” Christoph Lütge, Director of the Institute for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence.
The various uses of AI, as well as the ethical challenges related to them, require multi-disciplinary and multi-stakeholder engagement as well as international collaboration. Thus, learning global perspectives is the only way to understand complex issues better and gain a holistic view of the limitations, ethical risks, and benefits of using AI.
- The Institute for AI International Governance of Tsinghua University (I-AIIG) is a university-level research institute approved by Tsinghua University in April 2020. Leveraging Tsinghua’s existing resources and interdisciplinary advantages in AI and international governance, I-AIIG conducts research on major theoretical issues and policy needs of AI international governance, aims to enhance Tsinghua University’s global academic influence and policy leadership in this field, and provides intellectual support for China’s active participation in AI international governance.
- The Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Law & Society (CAILS) established under the aegis of Institute of Legal Studies, GLA University, Mathura aims to facilitate discussion on issues at the intersection of Law and Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on society. Through regular discussions and lectures, the Centre shall facilitate vivid understanding in AI and Law that shall help the potential audiences in handling issues pertaining to AI that impact our lives everyday and the way forward. The objective is to immerse the students, policy makers and civil society by sensitizing them on interaction between law, society and technology.
Learn more about the Institute for AI International Governance (I-AIIG) of Tsinghua University and the Centre for Artificial Intelligence, Law & Society (CAILS) of GLA University.