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The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

An Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence research event
Date30 June 2022
Time18:00
PlaceEX4 3LS

£6.00 Advance

As Artificial Intelligence continues to impact many areas of our lives, we’re bringing together a world leading group of experts from health, tech, philosophy, and academia to discuss ethical questions that must be confronted. From driverless cars to dementia treatment, how can we ensure machines do the right thing? Will they inherit our own biases and unfairness?

Join us to discuss how this could be a moment for us to grasp and cherish, as we stand on the precipices of many areas of decision.  We’ll reflect on AI, its successes and failures, potential risks for the future, and what it tells us about being human.

There will be an opportunity to ask questions and make your own comments as we passionately discuss this fascinating issue.

Speakers:

DAVID LLEWELLYN
Professor of Clinical Epidemiology and Digital Health
Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI)
University of Exeter

ANJALI MAZUMDER
AI and Justice and Human Rights Theme Lead
The Alan Turing Institute

BETH SINGLER
Junior Research Fellow in Artificial Intelligence
Homerton College
University of Cambridge

COSMINA DOROBANTU
Co-Director, Public Policy Programme, and Policy Fellow
The Alan Turing Institute

JAMES COOMARASAMY
Presenter
BBC

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ProviderInstitute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence

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