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Seminar Series – Beyond Optimization: A Decision Landscapes Framework for AI Policy

February 1 — 12:30 pm to 1:45 pm

Annette Zimmerman, Professor of Philosophy, in grey suit

Annette Zimmermann is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at UW–Madison and will present on artificial intelligence and public policy. Zimmermann’s research interests cover a range of topics within the philosophy of AI and machine learning, political philosophy, moral philosophy, social and moral epistemology, philosophy of law and philosophy of science. Her talk is titled “Beyond Optimization: A Decision Landscapes Framework for AI Policy.”

The La Follette School Seminar Series engages participants in discussion of a range of public policy issues and showcases the research of faculty from the La Follette School, other UW–Madison departments, and outside the UW–Madison community. Faculty, students, and visitors take part in lively dialogue about topics such as poverty and welfare, health, education, international affairs, trade and finance, and the environment. For more information, email Professor Tim Smeeding.


February 1
12:30 pm to 1:45 pm
Event Category:


La Follette School of Public Affairs
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Ways to attend:
In-person only


Sterling Hall, conference room 1328
475 N Charter St
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
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