START DATE17/05/2022 - 10:00
END DATE17/05/2022 - 11:00
ORGANISEREURAXESS LAC and EU project partners
EURAXESS LAC, in cooperation with the EU Delegation in Brazil invites to a series of webinars on the European Research Area (ERA)’s values and principles of international cooperation in research and innovation.
The global approach to research and innovation reconfirms Europe's commitment to a level of global openness that is needed to drive excellence, pool resources to achieve scientific progress and develop vibrant innovation ecosystems. In view of this goal, the EU will work with international partners to create a common understanding of fundamental principles and values in research and innovation, such as academic freedom, gender equality, research ethics, open science and evidence-based policymaking.
1 - Values, public policies and artificial intelligence
The first webinar of the series focused on “Values, public policies and Artificial Intelligence”. It took place on Tuesday 17 May 2022.
It was offered in partnership with the Jean Monnet module EUROVAL - European Values and the European Union: Comparative Studies with Latin America and Brazil.
Subject: Based on the realities of European countries and Brazil, it will be discussed how the integration of values, public policies and Artificial Intelligence can help different countries and the planet to face the growing challenges of the contemporary world.
Speaker: Henrique Carlos de O. de Castro, researcher, UFRGS, EUROVAL coordinator
Henrique Carlos de O. de Castro is doctor in Political Science, UFRGS. CNPq Research Productivity Scholarship - Level 2. Professor at the Graduate Program in Political Science and at the Department of Economics and International Relations at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), Brazil, and visiting professor at UTPL (Universidad Private Store Technique), Ecuador. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module EUROVAL - European Values and the European Union: Comparative Studies with Latin America and Brazil. Principal Researcher of the World Values Survey and National Director in Brazil. Member of the Values 20 Working Group (V20), a global community of experts and academic professionals that aims to propose national and global public policies for G20 leaders based on values and centered on people. Member of the Special Advisory Group (GAE) of the Capes International Relations Board and consultant for the Capes-Humboldt program and the Fulbright Commission. He coordinates the CNPq research groups "World Values Survey" and "Pirandello-Social Sciences and Artificial Intelligence Research Lab". Researcher and visiting professor at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame (Brazilian Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Democracy and Human Development), USA. Post-doctorate at École des hautes études en science sociales (Paris, France), doctoral training at the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan (USA) and specialization courses in Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies at the same university. He was a professor at CEPPAC (Center for Research and Graduate Studies on the Americas) and director of DATAUnB (Center for Public Opinion Research - Applied Social Research), UnB (University of Brasília), at the Department of Political Science at UFRGS, and at the Intensive Program of Quantitative Methodology at UFMG (Federal University of Minas Gerais). Former Secretary General of SBS - Brazilian Society of Sociology (2004 to 2005). He was the principal investigator of several national-level public policy evaluation surveys for the Presidency of the Republic, the Federal Supreme Court, the UNDP and other bodies of the Brazilian Federal Administration, and national and international institutions. He works with research methodology, political culture, public policy, Artificial Intelligence and international relations.