APPG on Data Analytics Inquiry: Evidence Session 2
The APPG on Data Analytics is continuing its third inquiry into artificial intelligence (AI) and data ethics.
The aim of the inquiry is to set out the key practical and implementable elements of a standards system for the ethical use of data and AI. The design of the standards system needs to provide transparency and accountability to users and citizens while helping business to innovate and grow within the UK and across jurisdictions.
This is the second of three virtual evidence sessions which focusses on uncovering key current developments in the UK on creating ethical AI regulation, as well as looking at what is happening in other jurisdictions, and lastly examining any big issues around ethics in the supply chain.
The session will be chaired by Lord Clement-Jones and Lord Chris Holmes.
- Or Lenchner, Bright Data
- Ansgar Koene, Ernst & Young
- Dr Aisha Naseer, Responsible AI Expert Panel MIT
- Roger Taylor, Former Chair of CDEI
- Marina Jirotka, University of Oxford
- Carly Kind, Ada Lovelace Institute
For more information or to register interest, please contact alainah.amer [at] policyconnect.org.uk