AI & Ethics

How do we avoid unethical AI behaviour?

How can we make sure algorithms and AI development will not be biased and will not act in an unethical way?

This question is highly relevant for all industries, not just finance & fintech. To get a look into how researchers and companies approach a solution to this question, make sure you join this event.


Welcome & Introduction by Copenhagen Fintech
Research Perspective: Anders Kofod-Petersen, Director Copenhagen, Alexandra Institute

Anders is Director at the Alexandra Institute in Copenhagen with responsibility for the activities in Eastern Denmark, and manager of the Data Science and Engineering lab. Furthermore, Anders is Professor of Artificial Intelligence at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) in Trondheim, a leading university in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Start-up Perspective: Dines Rae Selvig, Lead AI Scientist, Matter

Dines is Lead on the AI development at Matter, building and end-to-end AI system to help investors understand the sustainability profile of the companies they invest in. Dines has also been a technical advisor to Aalborg University.

By registering for the event, you agree that your contact details will be shared with the hosts of the event (Copenhagen FinTech & InfinIT).

Date and time

16 December 2020

14:00 – 15:00




Participation is free


Mads Schiøler Tingsgård

Phone: +45 30 16 11 21

Mads Schiøler Tingsgård

If you have any questions about the event, please contact Mads Schiøler Tingsgård.


The event is hosted by Copenhagen Fintech and InfinIT.