19 Oct 2023
[August 22, Tucson, AZ] – The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Business is gearing up to host the highly anticipated 2023 Executive Ethics Symposium, focused on unveiling the ethical implications of ChatGPT, an emerging artificial intelligence technology. The event, scheduled for August 25th, 2023, from 8:30 am to 11:00 am AZ Time, will be live streamed for a global audience. This live stream is open to the public to attend online (in-person is by invite only) and those interested are encouraged to seize this unparalleled opportunity to be at the forefront of the groundbreaking discussions surrounding the transformative technology of ChatGPT and its far-reaching ethical ramifications.
Date and Time: August 25th, 2023, from 8:30 am to 11:00 am AZ Time.
Attend Online: In-person attendance is by invite only, but all are welcome to join via livestream.
Who Should Attend: Business leaders, entrepreneurs, academics, policymakers, and all those passionate about shaping a future that balances technological advancement with ethical responsibility.
Register and Learn More: Register for the livestream, and learn more about the event and the panelists by visiting the event website: https://eller.arizona.edu/departments-research/centers-labs/leadership-ethics/programs/executive-ethics-symposium
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As the Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Center for Leadership Ethics at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Management, Doug Zanes (founder, and attorney for Zanes Law Injury Lawyers), together with his wife Claudia, expresses their unwavering support for the event. “We are honored to support this event because of the value it brings to the business community at a local, national, and international level,” stated Doug Zanes. What started as a local symposium has now evolved into a globally streamed event, a testament to the Center’s commitment to creating a sustainable and morally conscious business environment. “The Center invests in our business leaders and hopes to foster ethical decision making in all aspects of business. This year’s symposium will focus on the profound influence of artificial intelligence and the ethical considerations it raises. By sponsoring this event, we hope to both facilitate critical discussions and educate the audience in order to inspire innovative solutions that promote responsible AI adoption,” he added.
With ChatGPT revolutionizing industries worldwide, the 2023 Executive Ethics Symposium aims to shed light on its societal implications. Dr. Paul Melendez, Professor at Eller College of Business and Head of the Ethics Center for Leadership, emphasizes the significance of addressing this emerging technology. “The Center for Leadership Ethics has a penchant for identifying, showcasing, and unpacking emergent ethical issues that have profound societal implications. Over the years, our Executive Ethics Symposium has examined socially responsible investing, facial recognition technology, and cryptocurrency. This year, we’ll tee up the nascent technology, ChatGPT. ChatGPT has taken the business and educational sector by storm. The technology holds great promise, but also presents various perils,” said Dr. Melendez. He further revealed that the symposium would assemble a panel of world experts to understand the impacts of ChatGPT and provide thoughtful, practical, and ethical suggestions for its responsible use, benefitting all stakeholders.
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The 2023 Executive Ethics Symposium boasts a diverse lineup of esteemed panelists, including industry leaders, scholars, and AI experts. Together, they will engage in critical discussions on the responsible and ethical adoption of ChatGPT, addressing topics such as data privacy, algorithmic bias, and the potential societal impact of AI replacing human labor.
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The Center for Leadership Ethics at the University of Arizona’s Eller College of Business is dedicated to advancing ethical leadership and responsible decision-making in the business world. Through research, education, and events like the Executive Ethics Symposium, the Center fosters meaningful conversations that address the ethical challenges of our time.