23 May @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, The Trampery, 239 Old Street, EC1V 9EY, London
Who is setting the agenda on AI ethics, risks and opportunities? Collective Governments? Technology experts? Businesses?
Nobody can escape the many articles on AI and robots that are proliferating the media these days.
Ethics and the perceived risks and opportunities surrounding these technologies are growing in importance as the general public’s social consciousness advances.
Most governments are now becoming extremely active in these dialogues either by identifying AI as an opportunity that they have at their fingertips to ensure their country prepares for and exploits innovation, or by identifying AI as a threat that needs to be regulated by them, or by the industry itself.
Join us at the salon, with lead discussants including Jon Howard, Executive Product Manager, BBC Design and Engineering and Cognizant’s Tracy Woods, Head of Artificial Intelligence and Analytics Consulting and Christopher Soza, AI & Analytics Practice Lead for Public Sector as we take a look at what governments around the world are doing in relation to AI, and discuss where the ownership lies and the implications of these actions, or lack of.
Salon discussion will be followed by networking drinks hosted at the same venue.