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Prototyping AI ethics futures: Building capacity

Part of a week-long series of events highlighting the new possibilities of a humanities-led, broadly engaging approach to data and AI ethics

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Date and time
1:00pm – 2:30pm, 21 June 2021 (BST)

In the first event of our week-long series, join Dr Alison Powell, Director of the JUST AI network begins the conversation with Gina Neff (Oxford), Edward Harcourt (AHRC) and Hetan Shah (British Academy). 

This panel will introduce the JUST AI network map, followed by a discussion of areas and points of potential interconnection that are underdeveloped or missing, especially from the perspectives of social justice, inclusion, governance and design – including why this work is critical to the future of the development of ethical AI. 

This panel serves as a catalyst to the week of events, which are led by the question of prototyping AI ethics futures. In the space of the humanities and beyond, how can we create an interdisciplinary space of engagement among multiple stakeholders in the field of data and AI ethics? How can we use network maps to imagine other forms of engagement? 

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