Tech Ethics Bristol Event #6 – AI Ethics From Theory To Practice

ADLIB are pleased to be sponsoring the next in-person Tech Ethics Bristol event of 2022: AI Ethics From Theory To Practice.

Come along to “AI Ethics from theory to practice” on Thursday 7th July at Framework in Bristol.

At this event, we will be exploring how organisations are operationalising Ethics, bringing theory and principle to action, and how this new approach is transforming businesses and research.

***** Please note this event is in person only****

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Cecilia Nunn, Responsible AI Manager at Digital Catapult and the Machine Intelligence Garage.

Cecilia will be delivering a presentation on the Machine Intelligence Garage, a flagship programme developed by Digital Catapult.

This programme offers early-stage machine intelligence companies access to computation power, expertise, and industry-leading support on applied AI ethics.

The Machine Intelligence Programme seeks to empower organisations to put the principles of ethical AI into practice, bridging the gap between the what of responsible AI and the how.

Alan Winfield, Professor of Robot Ethics at the University of West of England and Research Lead at the Bristol Robotics Lab.

Alan has conducted research in Cognitive Robotics within the Bristol Robotics Lab. He is a member of the Science Communication Unit, and undertakes public engagement work centred upon robotics. Robot ethics is a significant focus of his current work, including the development of new standards.

When & Where

Thursday 7th July.
6 to 8 pm
35 King Street, Framework,

Tech Ethics Bristol is organised by Collective Intelligence and sponsored by Adlib.

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