How can ethical AI encourage public participation for smart city making ?


June 6, 2023
HEC Liege
Rue Louvrex, 14
4000 Liège
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3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

On 6 June, the Smart City Institute team is delighted to welcome Chelsea Collier at HEC Liège, as part of the UER Management research seminars. This seminar will be an opportunity to discover Chelsea Collier's research work, focusing on the role of ethical AI in the development of Smart Cities, and more specifically on how it can encourage public participation.

Interested in joining us on 6 June? Register via our online form.

About Chelsea Collier

Chelsea Collier Séminaire

Chelsea Collier is the co-founder of the Austin-based Digi.City Forum, which supports the co-creation of Smart Cities and more connected communities. She is also a doctoral student at the School of Information (iSchool) at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research focuses on how ethical AI can encourage public participation in the creation of Smart Cities, especially with less engaged publics. She is a National Science Foundation Research Training Program Fellow and Graduate Research Assistant for the Smart Hand Tools project, a central research project for Good System.

Practical information and programme

  • This seminar is open to all. Participation is free but registration is required via our registration form until Friday 2 June.
  • Chelsea Collier's presentation will be followed by a question and answer session.
  • Welcome from 2.30 pm - room 0/89, building N1d at HEC Liège.
  • The seminar will be held entirely in English.


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