What can we all do to develop ethical approaches to AI to help ensure a more equal and just society?
We expect that AI will always win over humans in a game of chess. But many of us believe that only humans can make complex judgments that rely on the ability to process information in creative ways, or that require empathy and emotional intelligence.
Does this hold true? And what if we are not the only intelligent ones? Is intelligence a human right? AI advances will continue to disrupt our lives. How will we live and work with machines in the future? What should our relationship with AI look like? How do we want to relate to AI in our work and leisure?
Join us from 5:30pm for a conversation with our expert panel on the ethics of AI. The workshop and panel discussion are organised by the British Library and Alan Turing Institutes’ Living with Machines project, in partnership with Ai Tech North UK.
Chair – Timandra Harkness
Sherin Mathew – Founder & CEO of AI Tech North
Robbie Stamp – CEO at Bioss International and author
Keeley Crockett – Professor in Computational Intelligence, Manchester Metropolitan University