Researcher, PhD, Roskilde University
Prins Markus Valiant Lantz
New technology often holds enormous potential, but it is never better than how we humans use it. So it matters a lot how we talk about technology and whether we understand what happens when technology and people meet each other. I research how people make decisions about and with artificial intelligence, and I am passionate about communicating the nuanced knowledge that already exists about the meeting between people and artificial intelligence.
At WHINN, I will provide insight into research-based knowledge about the ethical considerations we as a society should make when humans and artificial intelligence (increasingly) meet each other and must create value and well-being for the patient.