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Artificial Intelligence: Disrupting Sustainability Conference

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MPhil in Technology Policy cohort at CJBS and the Sustainable Development Forum would like to invite you to join the conference discussing the relationship between the Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Development in the digital era. The conference will take place on the 25th of February 2017 at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School. Early bird tickets for the conference are available at (“Event” section).

The conference will aim to analyse and respond to the key questions arising around AI and its impact on Sustainable Development for future generations. It will be joined by experts from private and public sectors including Lord Martin Rees (former president of the Royal Society), Sir Paul Judge (Founder of Judge Business School), Alex Housley (Founder and CEO of, directors and researchers from Barclays UK, Nesta, Seldon, Mind the Bridge, and academics from the University of Cambridge.

Topics that will be covered include: ● Transforming Conventional Industries with AI ● Job Markets Transformation in the Smart Economy ● Effects of AI and Machine Learning on Education ● Ethical aspects of AI

The one-day conference will be held at the main building of Cambridge Judge Business School, and followed by the Networking Drinks. It is open to students, academics and professionals from all around the world.


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