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Artificial Intelligence, Trust and Society

Artificial Intelligence, Trust and Society

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When:

  • Thu 30 May ’19, 6:30pm – 7:30pm

Where:

Lower Hutt War Memorial Library, Cnr Queens Drive and Woburn Road, Lower Hutt

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Free Admission

Digital innovation surrounding big data, AI, machine learning and predictive data modelling is advancing rapidly largely unchecked. While there is potential for many positive aspects there are also serious ethical and societal implications that demand our attention.

Digital innovation surrounding big data, AI, machine learning and predictive data modelling is advancing rapidly largely unchecked.

Dr. Steve McKinlay will examine some these implications and highlight some of the concerns.

Bio Dr. Steve McKinlay:
Steve is the Executive Director of the International Association of Computing and Philosophy. He chairs the ethics committee for the Open Polytechnic of New Zealand and teaches computing and ethics at Weltec. Steve's research interests are at the intersection of computing, ethics and philosophy.

This event is part of Te Wā Heke - Invent the Future.

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