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Chair of the Fabian Women's Network
Ivana Bartoletti is the Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv, and chairs the Fabian Women's Network. Her years of experience in privacy law span the public and private sectors, including senior roles in the NHS, Barclays and Sky. Ivana writes and speaks on the privacy and ethical challenges around the IoT and Artificial Intelligence at conferences in the UK and overseas.
TEACHING FELLOW and COUNCILLOR, Keele University
Allison Gardner lectures in bioinformatics in the School of Maths and Computing at Keele University and is Head of Foundation Year Science. Her research utilises machine learning to predict disease and focuses on dementia, mental health and women's health. She is a councillor and sits on the Health and Wellbeing and the Economic Development Scrutiny Committees.
Programme Manager Data Ethics and AI, Nuffield Foundation
Citizen engagement and participation specialist who has designed and delivered complex programmes engaging people on a variety of complex policy areas including science, technology, health and economics. Participation wonk by day, local government wonk by night.
Seyi founded Glitch!UK, a non-for-profit online abuse advocacy, in April 2017. Through Glitch!UK, Seyi lobbies social media companies and decision makers and has also developed and published a recommendations report. She has developed various training workshops on online abuse and how to be a good online citizen
Women Leading in AI
Artificial Intelligence is changing the world. And yet, still too often, the conversations are dominated by men: whether it is creating the algorithms that support the day to day uses of AI, or discussing the politics of this fast changing world. This is why we are bringing female thinkers, scientists, academics, businesswomen, politicians to discuss the future of AI - the ethics, bias and governance framework as well as opportunities and challenges for the future.