Can China and Europe find common ground on AI ethics?

As a driving force in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, AI systems are increasingly being deployed in many areas of our lives around the world. A shared realisation about their societal implications has raised awareness about the necessity to develop an international framework for the governance of AI, more than 160 documents aim to contribute by proposing ethical principles and guidelines. This effort faces the challenge of moral pluralism grounded in cultural diversity between nations...


HKUST Establishes Center for Artificial Intelligence Research to Spearhead Comprehensive Development of AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is poised to disrupt every industry in every walk of human life. To promote healthy development of AI, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) recently established the Center for AI Research (CAiRE) – the first such center among local universities, to spearhead cross-disciplinary research in all scientific, technological, societal, business and educational aspects of AI...


HKUST CAiRE Receives Delegation from Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA)

CAiRE members receive delegation from Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA). Prof Pascale Fung, Director of CAiRE, introduced the structure and research projects of CAiRE to the visitors. At the meantime, the delegation expressed interest in collaborating research projects with CAiRE in the future.