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6-9 Carlton House Terrace

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A symposium exploring recent advances in AI and how we can achieve positive outcomes for society.

AI applications are used in everyday lives at an accelerating pace, with great potential to benefit society. These applications also raise new challenges around ethics and robust design. This symposium brings together key speakers from the world of AI research to discuss recent work and consider how we can work towards technical solutions to ensure that AI best serves society.

The symposium will featuring a full day of talks followed by a wine reception. It will be held at The Royal Society, London.

This symposium is generously supported by Toyota Mobility Europe.


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Sharon Goldwater - Reader, University of Edinburgh, UK
Language learning in humans and machines: making connections to make progress

Matt Kusner - Research Fellow, The Alan Turing Institute, UK
Counterfactual Fairness

Mihaela van der Schaar - Turing Fellow and Man Professor, University of Oxford, UK
Machine learning and data science for medicine: a vision, some progress and opportunities

Max Welling - Research Chair in Machine Learning, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Artificial Intelligence per Kilowatt-hour

Roberto Cipolla - Professor of Information Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
Talk title TBC

Thomas G Dietterich - Professor of Computer Science, Oregon State University, USA
Steps Toward Robust Artificial Intelligence

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