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Past event - 2024
14 May Doors open 7pm
Event 7.30pm to 9.00pm
James St. Tavern, 47-48 James Street,
Oxford OX4 1EU
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Join us for an enlightening discussion as we delve into the ethical dimensions of artificial intelligence with Professor Brent Mittelstadt, Director of Research and Associate Professor at the Oxford Internet Institute. With his extensive expertise in AI ethics, Professor Mittelstadt offers unique insights into the complex intersection of technology and morality. From the ethical implications of AI-driven decision-making to the challenges of algorithmic bias, this event promises to provoke thought and spark dialogue on navigating the ethical landscape of artificial intelligence. 

Ethics in the Age of AI: Navigating the Moral Maze

Brent Mittelstadt (Associate Professor)
In an era where artificial intelligence (AI) increasingly permeates our lives, navigating its ethical implications has become paramount. Join us for an enlightening talk featuring Professor Brent Mittelstadt, a leading expert in AI ethics. Professor Mittelstadt will guide us through the intricate moral maze of AI, addressing pressing questions surrounding accountability, transparency, and fairness. Drawing on his extensive research and experience, he will explore the ethical challenges posed by AI-driven decision-making systems, shedding light on the complexities of algorithmic bias and the societal impacts of technological advancements. Whether you're a seasoned AI enthusiast or a curious newcomer, this talk promises to challenge perceptions and inspire meaningful reflection on the ethical dimensions of AI in our rapidly evolving world. Join us for an engaging discussion that transcends disciplines and delves into the heart of ethical AI development.
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Artificial Gastronomical Intelligence

Charles Spence (Professor of Experimental Psychology)
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