Sep 10, 2019, 9:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Primalbase, London
Ethical AI: Is it possible?
Bad AI is a problem today. How can we ensure that won’t continue into the future?

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Programme
Conference
The event is for
AI developers
Learn how other developers and engineers are building AI with social good in mind
Academics and researchers
Debate what it means to be ethical, the potential impact of AI on society, and who is responsible for AI's future
Lawyers, governments and regulators
Understand how those building technologies work so you can build a regulatory framework for AI as it evolves
Startup founders and entrepreneurs
Hear from leading experts how to successfully build a framework for ethical AI into your business model
Data scientists
Discuss how bias in datasets can adversely impact machine learning and what can be done
Tech leaders
Find out how you can harness the benefits of AI in a way that truly benefits society
Making AI in a new image
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On 10th September at Primalbase London, leading developers, lawyers and government figures will come together for a day-long conference, providing a cross-disciplinary investigation of the ethical challenges around AI and what can be done.

The chorus of cautionary voices around unchecked AI is growing louder, with activists, researchers and journalists voicing concerns over biased, deceptive and malicious applications.

These are not the ravings of people who have seen too many Terminator films, wildly predicting the apocalypse in 100 years. Bad AI is a problem today. Respected academics such as Cathy O’Neil have observed how existing human bias in police forces' data sets is being intensified as a result of machine learning. We are witnessing the rise of AI forgeries and artificially-created fake content, making it harder to know what
Programme
09:00
09:30
Doors open
09:30
09:45
Welcome, introduction
09:45
10:15
How could AI be made ethical?
10:15
11:00
Panel discussion: Current state of AI
11:00
11:30
Morning break
11:30
12:15
Panel discussion: AI and the law
12:15
13:15
Lunch
13:15
13:45
A business at the cutting edge of AI
13:15
14:15
Failing in AI - when machines go rogue
14:15
15:15
Panel discussion: Ethical applications of AI
15:15
15:45
Afternoon break
15:45
16:15
The philosophy of ethics - does it apply to AI?
16:15
17:00
Panel discussion: Investing in AI
17:00
17:30
Bluesky thinking - killer robots or happy servants?
17:30
19:30
Networking and drinks
Partners and sponsors
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