• Ana Catarina de Alencar, Unisociesc/Anima (Brazil)
    “AI and human rights: how algorithms may affect gender equality for future generations?” (Abstract)

  • Gordon S. Blair, School of Computing and Communications, Lancaster University, UK
    “An Introduction to the PARIS-DE Project: Design Principles and Responsible Innovation for a Sustainable Digital Economy” (Abstract)

  • Mark Coeckelbergh, Department of Philosophy, University of Vienna, Austria
    “Green Leviathan” (Abstract)

  • Matthew Dennis, Eindhoven University of Technology,
    Lily Frank,
    Eindhoven University of Technology
    “Incremental Solutions to Ecological Challenges: Repurposing Artificial Intelligence for Sustainability” (Abstract)

  • Roel Dobbe, Technology, Policy and Management, Delft University of Technology
    “Exploring Restrictions for AI Systems Energy Accounting” (Abstract)
  • Jan Gogoll, Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation,
    Niina Zuber
    , Bavarian Research Institute for Digital Transformation,
    Severin Kacianka
    , Technical University of Munich
    “Sustainable Software: Embedding Ethics into the Software Development Process” (Abstract)
  • Abhishek Gupta, Montreal AI Ethics Institute
    “How do we get to more sustainable AI systems? An analysis and roadmap for the community”
  • Shivam Gupta, University of Bonn
    “Digitainability framework: Mindful application of Digitization and Artificial Intelligence (D&AI) for Sustainability” (Abstract)
  • Marcelo G. Gutierrez B., SUSTEX.io,
    Leonardo Espinosa-Leal, Department of Business Management and Analytics, Arcada University of Applied Sciences
    “Natural Language Processing Methods for Scoring Sustainability Reports: A Study of Nordic Listed Companies” (Abstract)

  • Louise Hickman, Department of Media and Communications at the London School of Economics and the Ada Lovelace Institute’s JUST-AI Network on Data and AI Ethics
    "Deep Sustainabilities: Access, repair, and intergenerational justice Affiliation: London School of Economics and Ada Lovelace institute"

  • Lynn Kaack, Energy and Technology Policy Group, ETH Zürich, Climate Change AI
    Raphaela Kotsch, University of Zurich/Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Climate Change AI

    “Opportunities, considerations, and policy levers to align AI with climate change goals”
  • Iakovina Kindylidi, Vieira de Almeida,
    Tiago Sérgio Cabral,
    Vieira de Almeida
    “Sustainability of AI: The case of provision of information to consumers” (Abstract)
  • Helena Kotthaus, TU Dortmund University
    “Enabling Sustainable AI for the End-User through Energy-Aware and Trustworthy Care Label Certification” (Abstract)
  • Lottie Lane, University of Groningen
    “Sustaining Human Rights: The Role and Responsibilities of Businesses Developing AI” (Abstract)
  • Federica Lucivero, Senior Researcher in Ethics and Data, Ethox and Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, University of Oxford

    “The environmental sustainability of digital, data and AI driven technologies: delineating a responsibility gap” (Abstract)

  • Francesca Mazzi, Postdoctoral researcher, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, Ph.D. candidate, Queen Mary University of London, Maastricht University

    “The Oxford Initiative on AI for SDGs – Mapping and learning from AI for SDGs projects: what’s next?” (Abstract)
  • Alex Moltzau, NORA – The Norwegian Artificial Intelligence Research Consortium,
    Ricardo Chavarriaga
    , CLAIRE – Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligece Research in Europe,
    Vincent Mai
    , Quebec Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Carl-Maria Mörch, AI Institute for the Common Good, Brussels
    “Mapping Ethics and Sustainability in AI: Analysis of the publicly available information on the websites of Nature’s top 100 AI research organizations” (Abstract)
  • Julia Maria Mönig, University of Bonn,
    Sergio Genovesi, University of Bonn
    “Certifying Sustainable AI in the framework of the AI.NRW flagship project” (Abstract)
  • Carl Mörch, Free University of Brussels,
    Hans de Canck, Free University of Brussels
    “A FARI Contribution: From AI to Robotics, How to Investigate the Contribution to the Sustainable Development Goals?” (Abstract)
  • Friederike Rohde, Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW), Researcher and PhD candidate at TU Berlin
    Marcus Voß, TU Berlin, Distributed Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (DAI-Labor), Head of Application Center “Smart Energy Systems”

    “Towards a comprehensive assessment framework for the implementation of sustainable AI systems” (Abstract)

  • Gabrielle Samuel, King’s College London, University of Southampton
    “The sustainability of biobanking: a need for environmental considerations” (Abstract)
  • Roy Schwartz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    “Green AI” (Abstract)
  • Henrik Skaug Sætra, Østfold University College
    “A framework for evaluating AI sustainability” (Abstract)
  • Clea Strydom, University of Johannesburg
    “The Sustainability of Weapon Systems with Autonomous Functions” (Abstract)
  • Daniela Tulone, Founder ecoSurge Innovation
    “Trade-offs for designing effective SDGs-driven AI applications” (Abstract)
  • Pak-Hang Wong, Responsible AI & Data Specialist, H&M Group
    “AI, Sustainability, and the Need to Disrupt” (Abstract)