8th July at 5pm BST with Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna and Gianclaudio Malgieri moderated by Ivana Bartoletti Join us as we discuss fairness, privacy, consumer law and the upcoming AI regulation such as the EU AI Act – and help us shape our campaigning on this fast-evolving landscape! Gabriela Zanfir-Fortuna is a thought leader in transatlantic privacy.
Join us for a discussion on the EU AI proposal Wednesday April 28 2021, at 5:30pm GMTwith Joanna Bryson, Julia Reinhardt and Mark Coeckelbergh Joanna Bryson is an expert in intelligence — both natural and artificial. With degrees in social and computer sciences from Chicago, Edinburgh and MIT, her scientific research appears in venues from
with Jess Morley, Angelica Salvi Del Pero and Nazrin Huseinzade We would love to see many of you on the: TUESDAY 30 March, 17:30 GMT for a virtual get together. We will be with : Jess (@jessRmorley) is policy lead at the University of Oxford’s DataLab and a Doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute.
“Technology can make our workplaces better and work more flexible without a detrimental effect on productivity. With headlines showing women’s workload has increased due to house and childcare commitments, we need to ensure remote and flexible working arrangements do not add to the pressure. We need clarity around what constitutes surveillance and when (or if) it
Join the Women Leading in AI Network on the 3rd of November 2020 at 17:00 (BST) for a global conversation on how we can ensure AI artefacts are accountable and transparent, and what tools can be deployed to achieve that – and how we can create a global consensus around the need for rules governing AI
Please join us on the 21st of July for a global conversation on governance, ethics, and regulations around AI. It is crucial we engage in this conversation now in the transition to post-Covid emergency world, where automation and digitisation have been / are progressing at rocket speed. We will be joined by three fantastic speakers: Michelle
AI will have harmful effects on the world if more women do not lead in the field: Women Leading in AI gather in London from all over the world to demand an end to discriminatory algorithms. We are coding inequality, exclusion and chauvinism into Artificial Intelligence. It is time to step it up: if ungoverned,
It seems that everyday a new report is published addressing the issues and potential harms around the use of AI and outlining how we should work towards responsible AI, as outlined in our report 10 Principles for Responsible AI. Professor Alan Winfield, who is highly respected in the field of AI and robotics Ethics, is