BCS Birmingham branch invites members and non-members to attend our October branch AGM.


The AGM will be led by our Branch Chair Terry Bounds.

The debate will be led by two teams from the Branch Committee.


18:00 - Registration
18:15 - AGM starts with the Chair’s welcome
19:00 - Debate starts: Are algorithms good for society?
20:00 - Event closes


The AGM is an important meeting in the Branch calendar and is a formal opportunity for Branch BCS members to review the past year and influence and shape what we do in the future; it’s an opportunity for anyone to get involved.

Following convention the AGM will precede a presentation which for this year the Branch Committee will host a debate on the use of algorithms in decision making; Are algorithms good for society?

During the debate, we will use as a reference, the recent use of algorithms in determining this year’s student A-Level and GCSE subject grades. There will be a team who will present on the For argument and a team who will present on the Against argument.

Delegates will be invited to listen to the debate and raise questions for the debating teams to answer before being asked to vote for the team that provides you with the most convincing argument.

Our events are for adults aged 16 years and over.

This event is brought to you by: BCS Birmingham branch

Webinar: Birmingham Branch AGM followed by 'Are algorithms good for society?'
Date and time
Tuesday 13 October, 6:15pm - 8:00pm
This event is sold out