Artificial Intelligence and Ethics
London, 4 October 2018
17 September 2018
The latest session in our Ethics Series will explore the relationship between AI and Ethics. Our panellists will consider a range of challenges including how algorithms can be made accountable, if it is safe to kill off money, how to create a global regulatory regime, and whether the tensions between transparency and privacy can be successfully navigated.
- Sir William Blair (3 Verulam Buildings)
- Lauren Sager Weinstein (Transport for London)
- Dr Adrian Weller (The Alan Turing Institute)
- Jonathan Kewley (Clifford Chance)
For more information please contact The Perspectives Team.