The aim of the DECISION-AI workshops is to bring together researchers from a wide range of disciplines - including computer science, economics, logic, mathematics, philosophy, psychology - to further our understandings of human and machine decision-making, and to explore how decision sciences may shed light on ensuring that we humans make the best of the opportunities of AI technology as it develops into the future.
This workshop series grew out of a recent project funded by the Templeton World Charity Foundation at the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk (CSER) and was launched in 2017 as a joint effort with the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence (CFI) and the Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP). Since then we have received generous supports from a growing number of institutional partners including:
Faulty of Philosophy, University of Cambridge
Humanising Machine Intelligence (HMI), Australia National University
This project - including the workshop series, publications, and associated activities - is part of a larger effort to build a community of researchers focused on addressing the challenges of a beneficial development of AI. By engaging with scholars in different disciplines and from different parts of the world, this project will encourage greater diversity and talents in the contributing fields of research. Any individuals and institutions interested in participating in or sponsoring our activities are welcome to contact us.