Portugal and Spain debate Ethics and Artificial Intelligence

5 years after the first Cross Border Conference, GRACE and Forética meet in Lisbon.

 

The 5th Iberian Meeting, promoted by the Portuguese and Spanish CSR Associations GRACE and Forética, sponsored by IBM Portugal, took place on the 8th of June in Cisco headquarters, and focused on “Ethics and Artificial Intelligence (AI): new skills – business challenges”.

 

The participants were welcomed by Sofia Tenreiro, General Director of Cisco Portugal, who  introduced the topic and reminded the guests of the increasing role of AI in companies and society.  

 

In the opening session, Luís Roberto, Vice-President of GRACE in representation of Fundação BP and Germán Granda, General Director of Forética, reaffirmed the commitment of both organizations in raising awareness among companies to social responsibility, especially to the ethical challenges of digital transformation.  

 

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