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Neuro-AI Frontier

Please note this event takes place on the first floor and has no step-free access.
Past event - 2024
15 May Doors open 7:00pm. Event 7:30pm-9:30pm.
The Goat Chelsea, 333 Fulham Road Chelsea,
London SW10 9QL
Can Artificial Intelligence (AI) change the world?! That's a question that is being discussed more and more. Join us as we illuminate the intersection of AI and Neuroscience, Science, Medicine, and Mathematics. We promise to open doors to new possibilities, redefining our understanding of neurodiversity, neuro-economics, and digital healthcare. 

Reimagining Neurodiversity Using Data and AI

Zareen Ali (CEO and co-founder Cogs AI)
Narratives around data and AI focus on the risks of new technologies for underrepresented groups. However, if harnessed correctly, these technologies can bolster social movements through the creation of new knowledge. Neurodiversity is a new concept and comes into conflict with the "medical model" of viewing neurodivergent traits as "disorders" that need to be treated or cured. New datasets and AI-driven insights that centre the experiences of neurodivergent people have the potential to upend the medical model and create a more inclusive future for the neurodivergent community.

AI Turbocharged Neuroeconomics Ecosystem

Karina Montanaro ( MSc Psychology of Economic Life candidate at LSE)
What is neuroeconomics, and why should we care about this new frontier in economics, extending beyond traditional micro and macro disciplines? With AI's omnipresent proliferation, how will algorithms scrape and analyse real-time brain data to inform business decisions and shape consumer choices? In this talk, we explore the imminent realities of augmented consumer behaviour, personalised customer experiences, optimized employee performance, and predictive market trends. Drawing from neural responses, empowered by AI, and processed through advanced simulated environments, we will uncover actionable business intelligence. Sounds exciting? Beware of your private brain data and ethical concerns!

The invisible researcher

Dr Gemma Archer (Co-founder Researcher Searcher)
Did you know that most researchers don’t know what their colleagues are working on down the corridor, let alone in another department?
We will explore what this seemingly innocuous problem means for society, why it persists, and how it led to the development of Researcher Searcher. Researcher Searcher is an award-winning search-engine that uses natural language processing (NLP) technology to make it easy to find relevant researchers. We will journey from the basics of NLP and entrepreneurship, to asking whether increasing researcher visibility has the potential to change science as we know it.
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