How can the UK exploit the benefits of increased productivity through the uptake of and AI in a way which has minimal impact on the workforce?
What sectors are most at risk of automation and what should be the Government’s response?
What are the opportunities for the sector to change the narrative from robots vs humans to machines supporting humans?
What are the implications of a highly automated society for those with poor digital skills?
How is safety and reliability being engineered into AI systems, and what is the latest thinking on the development and deployment of ‘kill switch code’?
How is the sector addressing a lack of decision making transparency, especially in high-stake sectors such as finance and health, so as to better understand the reasoning and rationale of AI systems?
What are the challenges and opportunities of testing the reliability, performance, safety and ethical compliance of AI and machine learning systems?
What are the data protection implications of robotics and AI systems, explicitly the ‘right to explanation’?
Andrew Joint Commercial Technology Partner, Kemp Little
Dr Neil McBride Reader, Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility