AI solutions are now ubiquitous and transforming our societies at an unprecedented rate. With numerous examples of unethical AI use, the need for a better understanding of the ethical use of AI technologies in our societies is more pressing than ever.
The HCAIM (Human-Centred AI Master’s) consortium set out to create a master’s program offering an integrated ethical, technical, and practical curriculum for understanding the construction of AI models, their realization at an industrial scale, and the evaluation of their long-term impact on society.
The HCAIM consortium creates one-of-a-kind educational materials that will be used consistently at partner institutes, facilitating the free flow of project ideas and students between participating countries. short-term Erasmus actions will also help students exchange ideas and knowledge and connect. Nonetheless, the programs will differ to some extent at the participating universities due to their respective traditions, resources, and legal and cultural environments. The diverse range of elective courses allows students to create their own personalized HCAIM portfolio based on their interests in various domains.