3rd March 2020

Can regulation of AI promote both ethics and innovation?

Chapter event

Hosted by Access Partnership

There’s a lively debate underway as to whether, and how, the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) should be regulated. How best do policy makers ensure an ethical approach to the use of AI without holding back innovation ? To what extent can a common approach be adopted across different applications of AI ? What is practically achievable in relation to the ethical principles of transparency and accountability? The European Commission is expected to publish its proposals during the next few weeks, and similar work is underway in the UK. We’ll be debating these questions at a workshop organised by the UK Chapter of the IIC on March 3rd at the offices of Access Partnership.

 

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Event details
Date:
3rd March 2020
Location:
London, UK
Theme:
Governance, Innovation and Content
Region:
Europe
Chapter:
UK
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Access Partnership, 9th floor, 105 Victoria St, Westminster, SW1E 6QT

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