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Artificial Intelligence: Disrupting Sustainability (Sustainable Development Forum)

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The MPhil in Technology Policy and the Sustainable Development Forum would like to invite you to join the conference discussion “The Relationship between the Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Development in the Digital Era”. The conference will focus on topics such as transformation of traditional industries, effects of AI on Education and Smart Economies and ethical aspects of AI.

It will be joined by experts from private and public sectors including: - Lord Martin Rees, Former President of the Royal Society and Trinity College master - Sir Paul Judge, Cambridge Judge Business School benefactor - Alex Housley, Founder and CEO of - Rodolfo Rosini, Co-founder and CEO of - Directors and researchers from Barclays UK, Nesta, Mind the Bridge and Cambridge Academics

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