Women Leading in AI - 2019 Conference

AI Ethics London
AI Ethics London
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Hello everyone! A little later than the 'full agenda announced in August', which I had listed here until today (one day before October...). We're happy to announce the... almost... complete agenda!

You may also have noticed that the event is heavily oversubscribed. I hope to be able to announce a live-stream for the event shortly to account for this. If you cannot make the event in person please update your RSVP so that we can make sure we have a full room on the day and so that as many people as possible can be with us on the day!

Thanks for being awesome.
Ben

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Challenging the unaccountable: How do we trust AI?

10am – 10:15AM
Welcome & intro - Ivana Bartoletti, Co-Founder, Women Leading in AI

10:15 – 11:15AM
AI reshaping the world: geopolitics & global governance

Dr Ulrike Franke, Policy Fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations
Dr Catherine Mullighan, UCL and World Economic Forum
Huw Davies, Research Assistant, Digital Ethics Lab
Chaired by: Rimma Perelmuter, Founder, Trust in Tech

11:15 – 12:15PM
AI reshaping work and labour

The value of organising and tech activism: Andrew Pakes, Prospect
The hidden costs of AI: Alan Winfield, Professor of Robot Ethics at the University of the West of England
Claudia Pagliari, Director of Global eHealth, University of Edinburgh
Chaired by: Trish Shaw, Beyond Reach Consulting

12:15 – 13:30
Lunch break - Algorithmic and coding art exhibition from

Madhu Manipatruni - http://picpanzee.com/madoo_artist
Alicia Nahmad - http://alicia-nahmad.com/portfolio/p2p/

13:30 – 14:30PM
AI reshaping privacy: autonomy and dignity in the age of predictive analytics and algorithms

Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Gemserv
Jean-Laurent Costeux, Head of Operations on Big Data Products at Orange
Antonella Napolitano, Privacy International
Dr. Silvia Milano, Postdoctoral Researcher, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford
Chaired by Reema Patel, Ada Lovelace Institute

14:30 – 15:30PM
Building Trust: where are we?’ Standards and tools to advance Ethical AI

Dr Ansgar Koene, University of Nottingham
Stephanie Enyon, Standards-Makers Development and Engagement Manager, BSI Group
Dr Allison Gardner, Women Leading in AI, Keele University
Miranda Marcus, R & D Programme Lead, Open Data Institute
Chaired by: Ben Gilburt, Sopra Steria

15:30 – 16:00PM
Coffee break

16:00 – 17:25PM
The force of tech vs the force of the law: do we need regulation?

Carly Kind, Director of the Ada Lovelace Institute
Schona Jolly QC, Barrister, Cloisters Chambers
Emma Wright, Director of the Institue of AI
Dr Carina Prunkl, Senior Research Scholar at the Future of Humanity Institute
Chaired by: Ivana Bartoletti, Head of Privacy and Data Protection, Gemserv

17:25 – 17:30PM
Closing Remarks

Dr Allison Gardner

17:30PM-19:30PM
Drinks and networking