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Presently, AI tools and techniques are designed, researched and used mostly in a data-driven way outside of their social context of usage. This could cause widespread anxiety about their social and economic consequences.

AI systems have increasing potential to tackle some of the world’s most challenging social problems in healthcare, social care, finance and economics, industry and environment amongst many others.

We will review the history, current context (industrial revolutions, big data, AI algorithms) and challenges that motivate the need to define Responsible AI and its adoption by humanity.

About the speaker

Professor Daniel Neagu

Professor Daniel Neagu is Professor of Computing and leader of the AI Research (AIRe) Group at the University of Bradford, with 20+ years of research project leadership. He has expertise in Machine Learning, AI model governance, big data analytics , and applications in social and health care, product safety and engineering.
He is Associate Editor for Expert Systems: The Journal of Knowledge Engineering, various journals special issues , and chaired international conferences in AI. He is currently involved in a number of research projects on computational Responsible AI and applications.

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Webinar: An introduction to Responsible AI
Date and time
Wednesday 26 July, 6:00pm - 7:00pm

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