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Multi-day event
Friday
3
November
2023
8:30 am
1:30 pm
Knowledge Centre at The British Library

Looking ahead: What next for AI?

Day five at the AI Fringe Hub delves into the topics and insights from across the AI Fringe and at the Government-hosted Summit, looking ahead to what’s next.
Hosted by:
The AI Fringe

Description

Agenda

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08:30 – 09:30

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09:30 – 10:15

What have we learnt this week - and what should happen now?

Reflecting across a week of conversations at the AI Fringe and the Government-hosted Summit, a panel of representatives from the UK and around the world will explore the lessons learned and what needs to happen next in terms of policy formation and further dialogue. 

  • Panel: What have we learnt this week - and what should happen now?
    Moderated by Evan Davis
Matt Clifford
Prime Minister's Representative for the AI Safety Summit
Dame Angela McLean
Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government
Peter Kyle
Shadow Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology
Evan Davis
Journalist and presenter, BBC
10:15 – 11:00

AI safety: a global question

Speakers representing perspectives on the international aspects of AI safety and governance come together to reflect on the weeks’ discussions, place them into an international context and consider where we go from here.

  • Panel: AI safety: a global question
    Moderated by Kevin Allison
Kevin Allison
President and Head of Research, Minerva Technology Policy Advisors
Charlotte Watts
Chief Scientific Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Daniel Remler
AI Policy Coordinator, U.S. Department of State
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Linda Bonyo
Founder, Lawyers Hub
11:00 – 11:30

Break

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11:30 – 12:30

View from the summit and looking ahead

This session will consider the key takeaways from the UK AI Summit from two organisations who attended, and reflect on its impact on the current AI landscape, the future of AI and what we can expect next. 

  • Fireside: Lila Ibrahim and Fran Bennett
    Moderated by Melissa Heikkilä
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Lila Ibrahim
Chief Operating Officer, Google DeepMind
Melissa Heikkilä
Senior Reporter for AI, MIT Technology Review
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Francine Bennett
Interim Director, Ada Lovelace Institute
12:30 – 13:30

Lunch

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Speakers

Kevin Allison
President and Head of Research, Minerva Technology Policy Advisors
Dr Seth Center
Deputy Envoy for Critical and Emerging Technology US Government
Matt Clifford
Prime Minister's Representative for the AI Safety Summit
Evan Davis
Journalist and presenter, BBC
Melissa Heikkilä
Senior Reporter for AI, MIT Technology Review
Lila Ibrahim
Chief Operating Officer, Google DeepMind
Peter Kyle
Shadow Secretary of State for Science, Innovation and Technology
Dame Angela McLean
Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK Government
Karine Perset
Head of AI Unit, OECD.AI
Daniel Remler
AI Policy Coordinator, U.S. Department of State
Charlotte Watts
Chief Scientific Adviser, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office
Greg Williams
Editor-in chief, Wired UK

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