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KU Leuven Summer School
Digit-HeaL research lab leader Anto Čartolovni attended the KU Leuven Summer School Law, Ethics and Policy of AI, from June 28 to July 3. Participants were introduced to the latest insights into artificial intelligence from different perspectives. A range of topics provided a better understanding of the legal, ethical, and political implications of developing and using artificial intelligence in society. Lectures were delivered by renowned academics, policy-makers from EU and international institutions, and practitioners, allowing participants to grasp practical implications of the use of AI in these...

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Oslo Summer School 2021
Members of the Digit-HeaL team, Ana Tomičić and Anamaria Malešević participated in the Summer school of the University of Oslo from June 28 to July 2. The theme of the Summer school was Controversy mapping and computational anthropology: digital methods between the qualitative-quantitative divide. Participants, including members of our team, had the opportunity to get acquainted with this research method, try out helpful tools, and apply what they have learned for their research projects. The workshop, which this year exceptionally took place online, was led by Aalborg University professor Anders Kristian...

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Head of the Digit-HeaL awarded for his contribution to the development of science and teaching
On 11 June 2021, the Catholic University of Croatia celebrated University day and the 15th anniversary of its founding. On that occasion, recognitions and awards were presented to individuals who stood out in the previous year. Based on the proposal of the Vice-Rector for Science, Prof Roberto Antolović, and of the Vice-Rector for Teaching, Associate Professor Roko Mišetić, Assistant Professor Dr Anto Čartolovni was awarded for his contribution to the development of science and teaching at the Catholic University of Croatia. Dr Anto Čartolovni is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Medicine of the Catholic University of Croatia, head of the founding project „(New)...

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Dr Čartolovni about artificial intelligence in traffic for ‘Glas Koncila’
Dr Anto Čartolovni, Head of Digital healthcare ethics laboratory (Digit-HeaL) at the Catholic University of Croatia, commented the use of artificial intelligence in traffic for the magazine ‘Glas Koncila’. In the interview, he pointed out that artificial intelligence is not infallible, that it is the fruit of human creativity, and is not immune to erroneous decisions. He mentioned the issue of morality in choosing between a greater and a lesser evil, as well as whether we should leave decision-making to autonomous systems at all. Dr Čartolovni also referred to the ‘robotic taxi’ and their introduction to Zagreb’s roadways.   Full text...

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