Co-existing with HAL 9000: Being Human in a World with AI

Co-existing with HAL 9000: Being Human in a World with AI
Date
20 Nov 2017, 17:30 to 20 Nov 2017, 19:30
Type
Other Events
Venue
Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 17 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DR
Description

Co-existing with HAL 9000: Being Human in a World with AI

Join the Information Law and Policy Centre in a film and discussion panel evening at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

This event will focus on the implications posed by the increasingly significant role of artificial intelligence (AI) in society and the possible ways in which humans will co-exist with AI in future, particularly the impact that this interaction will have on our liberty, privacy, and agency. Will the benefits of AI only be achieved at the expense of these human rights and values? Do current laws, ethics, or technologies offer any guidance with respect to how we should navigate this future society?

Panellists: 
Dr Hamed Haddadi, Lead Researcher of The Human Data Interaction Project and Associate Professor at Imperial College London;
Professor John Naughton, University of Cambridge and columnist for The Observer;
Adam Rose, Leading Data Protection Law Practitioner, Partner at Mischcon de Reya LLP;
Renate Samson, Chief Executive of leading human rights organisation Big Brother Watch
Dr Beth Singler, Digital Anthropologist and Associate Fellow, Leverhulme Centre for Future of Artificial Intelligence, University of Cambridge
 
 


BOOKING: This event is free but advance booking is required.

Contact

IALS Events Office
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020 7862 5800