Lawyers Hub at The AI Fringe Forum in London

Lawyers Hub
31.10.23 07:08 AM Comment(s)

The rapid advancement of AI technology has ignited a surge of interest across various communities, all eager to understand its societal implications.

The AI Fringe, through a sequence of events in London and across the UK, aims to harness this enthusiasm to pave the way for a more cooperative, secure, and inclusive AI environment.

At the forum, Linda Bonyo, the CEO and Founder of Lawyers Hub, participated in two panels discussion. The first conversation revolved around the idea that the potential benefits of AI can only be realized for all if the AI ecosystem conscientiously navigates the opportunities and challenges for underrepresented and marginalized groups. Sharing the panel with her were Harriet Harman, MP for Camberwell and Peckham in the UK Parliament, and Adrian Joseph OBE, a Board Member and Advisor at Direct Line Group.

In the second panel, representatives shared their views on the global aspects of AI safety and governance. They gathered to contemplate the discussions of the week, contextualize them globally, and ponder the future course of action. The panel included Kevin Allison, President and Head of Research at Minerva Technology Policy Advisors, Daniel Remler, AI Policy Coordinator at the U.S. Department of State, and Charlotte Watts, Chief Scientific Advisor at FCDO. The recordings of the two sessions can be viewed below.

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