Artificial Intelligence and Ethics

It accompanies people and makes everyday life easier. Whether a Smartphone, Tablet or Alexa, a life without it is not imaginable at all. Artificial intelligence, or AI for short, has found its way into working life. On 24 October, the Chamber of Industry and Commerce [IHK] Koblenz hosted an event on "AI and Ethics - Artificial Intelligence in Tomorrow's Working Environment".

Assistant Professor Dr. Rainer Michael Rilke

Assistant Professor of Business Economics, Dr. Rainer Michael Rilke, IHK Chair for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises at WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management, took part in the panel discussion. Together with Professor Dr. Dr. Holger Zaborowski, Dean of the Philosophical-Theological University of Vallendar, and representatives from business and the digital industry, he discussed the extent to which artificial intelligence goes hand in hand with ethical responsibility.

Link to TV Mittelrhein video