Canada-United Kingdom Symposium on Practical AI Ethics

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101 Euston Road

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How do we bridge the gap between the ‘what’ of Responsible AI and the ‘how’?

There are a lot of AI ethics guidelines, but most lack comprehensive tools or processes for implementation, and those resources that do exist may still be at a research stage, or difficult to identify or access.

Following a successful event hosted by NRC in Ottawa which mapped out the landscape of supply and demand of ethical AI tools, at this event in London we will be joined by leading experts from both countries to give an overview of our discovery and discuss what is needed, and who should participate, to bridge the gap between the 'what' of responsible AI and the 'how'.


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This symposium seeks to bring together and foster collaboration among various parties involved in establishing responsible and sustainable artificial intelligence (AI) in Canada and the United Kingdom. This includes, but is not limited to researchers, policy makers, funding agencies, companies, educational institutions, and law enforcement.


Agenda


  • 18:00 - Intros and scene setting - NRC and DigiCatapult
  • 18:20 - Keynote from Lord Clement-Jones
  • 18:35 - Preview of research survey on the state of AI Ethics Tech - Jess Morley, Oxford Internet Institute Digital Ethics Lab
  • 18:50 - Panel session focused on the 'demand' for AI Ethics Tech: Christine Henry (Amnesty International), Ray Eitel-Porter (Accenture), Jason Mill a r (University of Ottawa), Louise Marston (DotEveryone)
  • 19:35 - Focus on the 'supply' side: spotlight talks (10 minutes each) from those active in researching and implementing tools and processes that seek to help implement good ethical practices. Caryn Tan (Accenture algorithmic fairness tool), Andrew Trask (OpenMined), Alice Piterova (Hazy) and Chris Russell (The Alan Turing Institute)
  • 20:20 - Networking drinks


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United Kingdom

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