Women Leading in AI - 2019 Conference

Mon Nov 18 2019 at 10:00 am to 06:00 pm
The Microsoft Reactor London, 70 Wilson Street, London, United Kingdom

The Microsoft Reactor London, 70 Wilson Street, London, United Kingdom

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Challenging the unaccountable: How do we trust AI?Women Leading in AI are thrilled to announce the 2019 conference, hosted at the Microsoft Reactor on Monday the 18th of November.

We are now fully booked! - We have started a waitlist which you can join on the AI Ethics London meetup community - https://www.meetup.com/AI-Ethics-London/events/262411077/ />

Agenda

Challenging the unaccountable: How do we trust AI?10am – 10:15AMWelcome & intro - Ivana Bartoletti, Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI10:15 – 11:15AMAI reshaping the world: geopolitics & global governanceDr Ulrike Franke, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign RelationsDr Carina Prunkl, Senior Research Scholar at the Future of Humanity InstituteDr Catherine Mullighan, UCL and World Economic ForumChaired by: TBC11:15 – 12:15PMAI reshaping work and labourThe value of organising and tech activism: Andrew Pakes, ProspectThe hidden costs of AI: Alan Winfield, Professor of Robot Ethics at the University of the West of EnglandClaudia Pagliari, Director of Global eHealth, University of EdinburghChaired by: TBC12:15 – 13:30Lunch break - Algorithmic and coding art exhibition fromMadhu Manipatruni - 
http://picpanzee.com/madoo_artistJulia Piekarczyk -  https://www.instagram.com/julia.piekarczyk/?hl=enSerife Wong, presenting ‘fluxus landscapes’ an interactive map on AI ethics and governance  https://www.icarussalon.com/new-pageSougwen Chung, presenting a canvas drawing with DOUG ‘Drawing operations Unit’, memory  https://sougwen.com/project/drawingoperations-memoryR-Ex, presenting a robot arm drawing performance  http://alicia-nahmad.com/portfolio/p2p/13:30 – 14:30PMAI reshaping privacy: autonomy and dignity in the age of predictive analytics and algorithmsDarren Jones MPJean-Laurent Costeux, Head of Operations on Big Data Products at OrangeAntonella Napolitano, Privacy InternationalDr. Silvia Milano, Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute, University of OxfordChaired by Reema Patel, Ada Lovelace Institute14:30 – 15:30PMBuilding Trust: where are we?’ Standards and tools to advance Ethical AIDr Ansgar Koene, University of NottinghamStephanie Enyon, Standards-Makers Development and Engagement Manager, BSI GroupAllison Gardner, Women Leading in AI, Keele UniversityMiranda Marcus, R & D Programme Lead, Open Data InstituteChaired by: Ben Gilburt, Sopra Steria15:30 – 16:00PMCoffee break16:00 – 17:25PMThe force of tech vs the force of the law: do we need regulation?Chi Onwurah MPDamian Collins MPCarly Kind, Director of the Ada Lovelace InstituteSchona Jolly QC, Barrister, Cloisters ChambersChaired by: TBC17:25 – 17:30PMClosing RemarksAllison Gardner17:30PM-19:30PMDrinks and networking
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