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The Israeli Association for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence
The Israeli Association for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IAEAI) is dedicated to exploring the ethical dimensions of AI and guiding the AI community towards responsible practices. By collaborating with researchers, developers, policymakers, and end-users, the IAEAI seeks to establish a solid ethical foundation for AI technologies that will benefit society for generations to come.
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Creating Tomorrow's Ethical AI, Today
The Israeli Association for Ethics in Artificial Intelligence (IAEAI) is dedicated to promoting ethical practices and responsible innovation in the development and deployment of Artificial Intelligence technologies. We strive to create a just, equitable, and prosperous future for all, by integrating ethical principles into AI research, design, and application.
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    Scientific Council

    • Prof. Asa Kasher
      Laura Schwarz-Kipp Professor Emeritus of Professional Ethics and Philosophy of Practice at Tel Aviv University. Author of Israel Defense Forces Code of Ethics. Israel Prize laureate.
    • Prof. Shlomi Dolev
      Chair Professor & Founder of the Department of Computer Science of Ben-Gurion University. Steering Committee Head of the Computer Science Discipline at The Israeli Ministry of Education.
    • Prof. James R. Doty

      Founder & Director, Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE). Senior Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Compassion Science.

    • Dr. Oshri Bar-Gil

      Director of Technology, Data, and Digital Studies at IDF Behavioral Science Research Institute. Managing and directing research in AI Ethics, Distributed Cognitive Systems, etc.

    • Eran Kahana

      Fellow at Stanford Law School and a member of the Advisory Board of Stanford Law School’s Stanford Artificial Intelligence & Law Society, focusing on the intersect between law and artificial intelligence.

    • Dr. Sivan Tamir

      Head of Bioethics and Genetic Policy Unit at KSM Research and Innovation Center, Research Fellow at International Center for Health, Law, and Ethics, University of Haifa.

    • Prof. Roman Yampolskiy
      Associate Professor in Computer Science, Founder & Director of the Cyber Security Lab at University of Louisville. Author of "AI Safety and Security" & "Artificial Intelligence: A Futuristic Approach".
    • Prof. Benedetta Giovanola
      Jean Monnet Chair Holder "Ethics for inclusive Digital Europe", European Commission. Full Professor of Ethics at University of Macerata; Visiting Professor of Philosophy at Tufts University.
    • Prof. Ira Bedzow

      Executive Director at Emory Purpose Project, Head of Unit, International Chair in Bioethics (World Medical Association Cooperation Centre), Core Faculty, Emory Center for Ethics at Emory University.

    • Dr. Elif Kiesow Cortez

      Director of Quantum & AI at Ethicqual. Researcher at Stanford University collaborating with the Stanford AI Index. Research Fellow at the NSF Engineering Research Center for Quantum Networks.

    • Rabbi Dr. Mois Navon

      Lecturer on AI Ethics at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Doctor of Philosophy at Bar Ilan University, Thesis: “The Moral Status of AI from a Jewish Ethical Perspective”.

    • Prof. Nada Kakabadse

      Professor of Policy, Governance and Ethics at Henley Business School. Visiting Professor at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts.

    • Prof. Edson Prestes
      Full Professor at UFRGS and Head of ϕ-Robotics Research Group. Global Future Council on the Future of AI at WEF. Chair Ontological Standard for Ethically Driven Robotics and Automation Systems at IEEE.
    • Dr. Nicoletta Iacobacci

      Professor in Ethics and Emerging Technologies at Webster University Geneva. Director for Switzerland at Singularity University. Author of "Exponential Ethics".

    • Dr. Steven Umbrello

      Managing Director at the Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies, Researcher at University of Turin, Editor-in-Chief at International Journal of Techno-ethics. Author of "Technology Ethics".

    • Dr. Limor Ziv

      Founder of Humane AI. Lecturer on Global AI Impact at Reichman University. Lecturer at Bar-Ilan University. AI Ethics Advisory Board Member at Institute for Experiential AI, Northeastern University.

    • Prof. Thilo Stadelmann

      Professor for AI/ML (Chair of Engineering - Information) at ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, School of Engineering. Director of ZHAW Center for Artificial Intelligence (CAI).

    • Nell Watson
      IEEE Standards Association, Chair, Human or AI Interaction Transparency Working Group; Vice-Chair, Transparency of Autonomous Systems Working Group; Peer Review Board, The AI Ethics Journal.
    • Prof. Maximilian Kiener

      Junior Professor of Philosophy and Ethics in Technology at Hamburg University of Technology, Associate Research Fellow, University of Oxford, Academic Lead at Institute for Ethics in Technology - TUHH.

    • Dr. Diana Ascher
      Founder of the Information Ethics & Equity Institute. Head of Research & Senior Advisor on Data Ethics & Responsible AI at EDM Council. Former Director, IS Lab at University of California, Los Angeles.
    • Ram Rachum
      AI Safety Researcher at Goal Optimization using Learning and Decision-Making Lab, Tufts University. Former AI Safety Fellow at the Association For Long Term Existence And Resilience (ALTER).
    • Dr. Anastassia Lauterbach

      Professor for AI, Data and Digital Businesses at Management Center Innsbruck. Non-Executive Independent Director at Aira Technologies, RiskQ and Cyberion.

    • Prof. Nicola Fabiano
      Adjunct Professor at University of Ostrava, Rome. Former President of the San Marino Data Protection Authority. Creator of the Data Protection and Privacy Relationships Model (DAPPREMO).
    • Shira Eisenberg
      AI Researcher and Open Source Contributor. Former AI Language Systems Researcher at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Research Assistant at Toyota Technological Institute at Chicago (TTIC).
    • Prof. Emmanuel R. Goffi
      Professor of Ethics applied to AI at ISEP and emlyon business school, Board Member at Association of AI Ethicists, Research Fellow at Society and Technology Study Center CEST POLI USP.
    • Maya Sherman

      AI Expert & Project Co-Lead at the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence. Advisory Board, Responsible AI at Fidutam. MSc in Social Science of the Internet at Oxford University.

    • Prof. Shahab Anbarjafari

      Founder of the iCV Research Lab at the Technology Institute of the University of Tartu. IEEE Senior Member, former Chair of the SP/CS/SSC Joint Societies Chapter of the IEEE Estonia.

    • Prof. Viviana Polisena
      Professor – Researcher at Catholic University of Córdoba-UCC. Member of Center for AI and Digital Policy (CAIDP), Global AI Ethics Consortium (GAIEC), International Group of AI (IGOAI).
    • Aco Momčilović

      President of the Global AI Ethics Institute. Visiting Professor at the Swiss School of Business and Management. Board Member at CroAI (Croatian AI Association).

    • Dr. Chhavi Chauhan

      Director of Scientific Outreach, American Society for Investigative Pathology. Board Director at Digital Pathology Association. Board Member at Society for Scholarly Publishing.

    • Dr. Piercosma Bisconti

      AI Ethics Researcher at Italian National Interuniversity Consortium for Informatics. Co-Founder and Scientific Director at DEXAI. ISO National Expert on AI Ethics Standardization.

    • Prof. Olivia J. Erdelyi
      New Zealand

      Partner, AI Ethics and Governance at PHI Institute for Augmented Intelligence. Senior Lecturer at University of Canterbury, Mercator Visiting Professor for AI in the Human Context at University of Bonn.

    • Dr. Mahendra Samarawickrama
      Director of The Centre for Sustainable AI. Expert at the Global AI Ethics Institute (GAIEI), Member of the European AI Alliance, Honorary Visiting Scholar at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).
    • Phaedra Boinodiris

      Co-Founder of the Future World Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to curating K-12 education in AI ethics. The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce Fellow.

    • Prof. Pablo Ballarin
      Advisor and Professor in Cybersecurity and AI Ethics. Member of ISACA's Emerging Trends Working Group and Board Member (Valencia chapter). Coordinator of the Center for Industrial Cybersecurity in Spain.
    • Renee Tan

      Partner of the Artificial Intelligence International Institute (AIII), advocates the vision of Sustainable AI for Humanity. Founder of the HASH Innovation Asia and H.E.R. Entrepreneur.

    • Dr. Laurynas Adomaitis

      AI Ethics Researcher at CEA (French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission), Senior Lecturer on Tech Ethics at emlyon business school, Visiting Lecturer at SupOptique.

    • Lyantoniette Chua

      Founder and Global Convenor at The Ambit. Senior Policy Advisor at Center for AI and Digital Policy. Former Vice Chair, The IEEE Tech and Concentration of Power Committee.

    • Prof. David Bamps

      Professor of Ethics, Social Psychology, Criminology & Human Contribution to Artificial Intelligence at Engaged and Entrepreneurial European University (E³UDRES²).

    • Susanna Raj

      Co-Founder & Program Chair at Global South in AI, AI Ethics Advisory Board Member at Institute for Experiential AI at Northeastern University, Board Member at DataEthics4All.

    • Prof. Henry E. Quintanilla
      Professor in Ethics and Digital Law at University of Lima, Postgraduate Professor at César Vallejo University, Director of the TFM in the Masters' degree in Cybercrime at the Open University of Catalonia.
    • Prof. Eugenia Kovatcheva
      Professor in eLearning at University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Visiting Professor at Middlesex University London, University of Thessaly, University of Aveiro.
    • Dr. Richard Novak

      University Lecturer, AI Ethics, Researcher at Prague University of Economics and Business. Chairman of the Board at Prague Data Ethics Lab. Member of the Responsible AI Institute.

    • César Said Rosales Torres

      Manages the entrepreneurial component of fAIr LAC initiative to promote ethical development and use of AI in Latin America and Caribbean. PhD candidate in Law at Pompeu Fabra University.

    • Prof. Thomas Ploug
      Professor of Information and Communication Ethics, Vicehead of Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

    • Gadi Isaev
      Founding Partner
      Managing General Partner at VentureIsrael, Managing Partner at JSCapital. Former Chief Strategy Officer at IT Business Week, Co-Founder and CEO at Jerusalem Startup Hub.
    • Rafael Gold
      Founding Partner
      Managing General Partner at VentureIsrael, Managing Partner at JSCapital, RSA Fellow, Forbes Business Council Member, Advisory Council Member at Harvard Business Review.
    • Tim Kogan
      Secretary of the Scientific Council

      Managing Partner at Tim Kogan & Co. Former Director at FinPoint (associated with Rothschild & Co.) and Capital Times Investment Advisory. MBA Candidate, Tel Aviv University.

    • Liel Gutman
      Head of Research
      Head of Research & Analytics at VentureIsrael, Founder at Chazzon, Member of the Responsible Artificial Intelligence Institute, 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics 2024.
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