Artificial intelligence and ethics: the effects of bias

Artificial intelligence and ethics: the effects of bias

WA
Apr 11
What impact will artificial intelligence (AI) have on our economy, institutions, workforce and society? Hear from multidisciplinary leaders as they discuss how to design ethical AI built on trust, fairness, transparency and accountability.
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Speakers

Emma Bennison, Chief Executive Officer, Blind Citizens Australia
Kirstin Butcher, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, GenVis
Wayne Hawkins, Director of Inclusion, Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN)
David Masters, Corporate Affairs Director & Disability and Accessability Lead, Microsoft

Event Overview

This event will examine the principles and policy frameworks for AI as it increasingly becomes part of our everyday lives. In particular, the event will explore the reliability in outcomes and effects of bias on the most vulnerable groups of society.

Join CEDA as we address the complex questions around AI and the opportunities for it to have a positive and transformational impact in Australia.

Event presentations

Emma Bennison, Blind Citizens Australia MP3

Wayne Hawkins, Australian Communications Consumer Action Network MP3

Kirstin Butcher, GenVis MP3

Moderated discussion MP3

Delegate handout PDF

 

Meet the speakers

Emma Bennison
Chief Executive Officer, Blind Citizens Australia

Kirstin Butcher
Founder and Chief Executive Officer, GenVis

Wayne Hawkins
Director of Inclusion, Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN)

Meet the facilitator

David Masters
Corporate Affairs Director & Disability and Accessability Lead, Microsoft

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