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A discussion on AI ethics

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Professor Bryson’s first and third degrees were in Psychology, while her 2nd and 4th were in Artificial Intelligence, so she approaches AI for the purpose of understanding human behaviour. Joanna has worked in AI ethics since 1996, and helped author the UK research councils’ Principles of Robotics in 2010. Just in the last two months she’s consulted to The Red Cross on autonomous weapons, Chatham House on the impact of AI on the nuclear threat, and she’s currently advising the British Parliament, European Parliament, and the OECD regarding the regulation of AI.

She will be discussing her experiences working in AI policy with politicians and NGOs. She has said she’s willing to show us and discuss some of the same slides and talks she’s given in some of those meetings, as well as describing her experience of getting the Principles of Robotics taken up by government, industry and citizens.

This talk is part of the C.U. Ethics in Mathematics Society (CUEiMS) series.

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