The workshop, associated to the ECAI 2020 international conference, will be held online:

  • From Saturday, August 29th, workshops attendees will be able to access and view the pre-recorded presentations of the papers.
  • Monday, September 7th and Tuesday 8th, attendees and paper authors will be able to debate asynchronously via an on-line discussion forum.
  • A live online round table is due to take place from 16h to 18h30 (approx) on Tuesday, September 8th, with 5 panelists and audience participation in a question-and-answer session to the panel members. 

To attend AI4EQ, workshop authors, as well as non-authors, should sign up free of charge on the Digital ECAI2020 platform. AI4EQ pre-recorded presentations and access to the live streamed round table are available at:

  Access to AI4EQ pre-recorded presentations

  Access to the round table 

Round table panel: AI for Equity, what is it?

(From 16h to 18h30 approx. on Tuesday, September 8th)

Moderator: Angeles Manjarrés, Lecturer at the Department of Artificial Intelligence of the UNED (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia).

Miguel-Angel Luengo Oroz, Chief Data Scientist at UN Global Pulse.
Elizabeth Gibbons, T.H. Chan School of Public Health of Harvard University; chair of the Sustainable Development  Committee for IEEE Ethically Aligned Design, 1st Edition publication, (and ex UNICEF senior management).
Celia Fernández Aller, Constitutional Law lecturer at the Madrid Polytechnical University and  member of the Spanish government expert committee charged with drawing up a digital rights  charter.
Jeremy Pitt, professor at Imperial College and researcher in computational justice, deputy head of the Intelligent Systems and Networks Group, and editor in chief of the IEEE Technology and Society journal.
Gonzalo Genova Fuster, Associate Professor of Software Engineering and Ethics for Engineers  at Carlos III University of  Madrid, Interest Group in Ethics and Artificial Intelligence of the Spanish Artificial Intelligence Association (AEPIA in its Spanish acronym).
Instructions for the audience
After the round table a question-and-answer session, with questions from the audience for the panel members, will be held .
Attendees will be able to submit their questions using Zoom chat whenever they wish throughout the round table; these questions will be answered asynchronously once panellist interventions are complete. Attendees can also interact syncnronously with the round table panel members by indicating their desire to pose a question then waiting for the moderator to give them the floor. They should start their intervention by indicating which panelist or panelists the question is addressed to. The moderator will manage the interventions with the aim of ensuring that the panel members can respond to as many of the questions that arise as possible.