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AI – a necessary companion in the global energy transition

The energy revolution is upon us Since the Paris Climate Agreement in 2015, nations around the world have been updating their national carbon reduction goals to match the increasing...
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AI in Banking: The Most Valuable Asset

"We're witnessing the creative destruction of financial services, rearranging itself around the consumer. Who does this in the most relevant, exciting way using data and digital, wins!"– Arvind...

Operationalising AI Ethics in 2021

Discussing the ethical implications of AI and how to regulate them has been the central topic of our conference for the past 4 years, but we have never really defined what we mean by ethics! In our...

Governance and Accountability in AI

Today, we look back on our last panel series = governance and AI. We hosted Katherine Mayes, the Head of Data Analytics, AI and digital ID at TechUK, Ellis Parry, the Information Commissioner’s...

The duality of AI and crime

Since the dawn of humanity, people have compensated for their inherent physical and mental limitations by using tools to enhance their abilities. The applications of these depend on the intentions...

Potential dangers of AI

With documentaries such as ‘The Big Hack’ or the infamous ‘Social Dilemma’, which shed light on big tech companies’ practices to profit off users’ data, internet users have grown more aware of how...

What is the fuss with ethics in AI?

Do we really understand why ethics really matter in the context of organisation public or private, large or small using AI? And how could ethics for AI help or undermine that responsible use of AI?...

Deepfakes: the ethical conundrum

Our perceptions shape how we experience reality and as what we see online increasingly becomes a frame of reference for what we perceive, the potential harm of misleading material in the media grows...