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Multi-day event
5:00 pm
6:00 pm

Humanitarianism and Global Governance in the Age of AI

Addressing the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence for those caught up in conflict.
Hosted by:
The AI Fringe
Chatham House


This event aims to bring together representatives from government, industry, technical bodies and civil society for a discussion on both the humanitarian opportunities that AI presents and the types of harm that AI engenders for communities impacted by armed conflict. The panel will consider how we can develop the necessary mitigation measures to protect those caught up in conflict, either through existing tools at our disposal, or through the creation of new regulatory tools.


Please note the details below are subject to changes, with more details to come.
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Professor Dame Muffy Calder
Vice Principal and Head of College of Science & Engineering, University of Glasgow
Dr Alexi Drew
Technical Policy Advisor, International Committee of the Red Cross
Joyce Hakmeh
Deputy Director of the International Security Programme, Chatham House
Adam Leon Smith
CTO, Dragonfly

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