Social program

Pre-conference meeting 17.10.2023

Conference attendees are welcomed to kickstart the conference with a pre-conference meeting, where we will enjoy drinks and food together at Brewery Restaurant Koulu starting at 18.00.

To provide networking opportunities to junior scholars, we welcome PhD students to join the meeting already at 17.00 in the Pub section of the restaurant, where they can meet other junior researchers in the field.

The restaurant serves a variety of drinks and offers a traditional gastropub menu, including vegan options. Visit Koulu’s website for further information:

Please prepare to purchase your own drinks and food as they are not covered by the conference registration fee.

Location: Historialuokka (the “History Classroom” private cabinet) at Brewery Restaurant Koulu which is located at Eerikinkatu 18, 20100 Turku.

Time: Reservation starts at 18.00, PhD student networking event in the Pub section at 17.00.

Conference dinner 18.10.2023, 19:00

Dinner at restaurant Panini


Day 1: Wednesday 18.10.2023

9:30-9:45Welcome speech (Lecture hall LS07)
9:45-10:45Session 1: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Otto Salhgren

9:45 Care Robots and Humanity: How Can We Cope with The Indeterminacy and Ambiguity of Robot-Human Relationships? (Ryoko Asai, Makoto Nakada and Iordanis Kavathatzopoulos)

10:15 Interfacing Artificial Intelligence for Social Good (AI4SG) and Relational AI Ethics: A Systematic Literature Review (Debarun Sarkar and Cheshta Arora)

11:00-12:00Keynote speech: “Trading Vices For Virtues: An Innovation Approach to Responsible AI” by Olivia Gambelin  (Lähitapiola-Hall)
12:00-13:00Lunch break & networking (Restaurant Monttu)
13:00-14:30Session 2: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Salla Westerstrand

 13:00 Responsible AI: Law and Advancing Moral Responsibilization (Ana Paula Gonzalez Torres)

13:30 Balancing innovation and responsibility with citizen data: A case of wellness records (Sami Hyrynsalmi, Hannu Vilpponen and Mika Grundström)

14:00 Securing the Internet of Things (IoT) Data Ownership (Mikko Vermanen, Juhani Naskali, Ville Harkke and Jani Koskinen Koskinen)

15:00-16:00Session 3: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Minna Rantanen

15:00 Evaluating the Use of User Content Feed Swapping for Counteracting Filter Bubbles (Taylor Richmond and Lauri Tuovinen)

15:30 Green capital of simulated entertainment: The reformed relationship between motorsports and sim racing and their sustainability (Ville Malinen)

19:00Dinner at restaurant Panini




Day 2: Thursday 19.10.2023

9:00-9:30Morning coffee
9:30-10:30Session 4: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Otto Sahlgren

9:30 Ethics framework for manufacturing I6.0 metaverse (Janne Heilala and Saeid Parchegani)

10:00 How do AI Ethics Principles Work? From Process to Product Point of View (Kai-Kristian Kemell, Ville Vakkuri and Fahad Sohrab)

10:45-11-45Parallel special sessions:

Networking: Find a co-author / business partner / employee / expert (Mercatori)

Workshop: Future of Tethics conference?  (Lecture hall LS07)

11:45-12:45Panel Discussion:  (Osuuskauppa hall)
The Role of Ethics in AI-driven Societies – developing, governing and doing business in a democratic context?

Panelists: Kirsi Hantula (SITRA), Pasi Lehtimäki (Gofore Ltd.), Olivia Gambelin (see keynote bio) and Jani Koskinen (University of Turku)

12:45-13:45Lunch break (Restaurant Monttu)
13:45-14:45Session 5: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Juhani Naskali

13:45 Research Ethical Archiving of a Hard-to-Access Corpus in the Language Bank of Finland: Finnish Dark Web Marketplace Corpus (FINDarC) (Krister Linden, Teemu Ruokolainen, Lasse Hämäläinen and J. Tuomas Harviainen)

14:15 Research Libraries Approaching Trustworthy AI (Heli Kautonen and Andrea Gasparini)

15:00-16:00Session 6: (Lecture hall LS07) Chair: Kai Kimppa

15:00 Gamers’ Attitudes Toward Free-To-Play Revenue Model – Initial Findings From A Global Survey (Erno Vanhala, Sami Hyrynsalmi and Jussi Kasurinen)

15:30 Student perceptions of ethics in cybersecurity education (Timo Hynninen)

16:00-16:15Closing remarks (Lecture hall LS07)


Keynote speaker:

Olivia Gambelin

Olivia is an AI Ethicist who specializes in the practical application of ethics to technological innovation and the founder of Ethical Intelligence. She is the founder and CEO of Ethical Intelligence, an AI Ethics community providing Ethics-as-a-Service through the world’s largest network of Responsible AI practitioners. Olivia works directly with business leaders on the operational and strategic development of Responsible AI, and has advised various organizations from Fortune 500 to Series A startups across the healthcare, financial, and media sectors in utilizing ethics as a decision-making tool. In addition to her work as an ethicist, she is on the Founding Editorial Board for Springer Nature’s AI and Ethics Journal, Co-Chair of IEEE’s AI Expert Network Criteria Committee, and is on the Advisory Board of the Ethical AI Governance Group (EAIGG). Olivia splits her year between San Francisco where she is an active member of Silicon Valley’s ecosystem of startups and investors, and Brussels where she advises on AI policy and regulation. Her book “Responsible AI: Implement and Ethical Approach in Your Organization” will be published June 2024 with Kogan Publishing.



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