There’s growing concern about the need for proper ethics, law and regulation of Artificial Intelligence. Future Intelligence brings together the world’s top experts to examine the ricks and solutions of ubiquitous AI in smart cities, industry and everyday life.
The conference takes place on Wednesday 24th May at the Institute of Engineering Technology in London. Politicians, business leaders, technologists and legal experts will debate the challenges’ share ethical dilemmas and aim to produce concrete solutions. One example: a Universal Declaration of Human Rights in relations to AI.
The French Senate and the European Parliament have already tried to tackle some of the theme, which include the need to protect human privacy, personal data, dignity and integrity and to include digital devices such as mobile phones as part of the legal person. confirmed speakers already include FI editor Peter Warren, Mark Deem of the leading technology law firm Cooley, leading AI thinker Professor Joanna Bryson.
DATE AND TIME
Wed, May 24, 2017
9:00 AM – 7:00 PM BST