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Ethics & Society: Can you do ethical research in a corporate environment?
The last decade has seen a rise in ethical principles seeking to carve a path for governments and industry to develop safe and responsible technology. This movement spawned teams like Google’s Ethical AI team, but Google’s decision to dismantle it raises inevitable questions about the future of ethics teams within corporations. Join this session to learn how we can ensure technology is developed and studied in a safe, responsible and meaningful way in the next 10 years.
Margaret Mitchell - Researcher - Ethical AI LLC
Carly Kind - Director - Ada Lovelace Institute
Qualified international human rights lawyer, expert and consultant with extensive professional experience in public interest litigation, advocacy, research, and teaching – MSc in International Relations (LSE) (First Class Hons) – Areas of expertise include technology policy and internet rights; privacy and data protection; international human rights and humanitarian law; criminal law, civil liberties and access to justice; corporate accountability; economic, social and cultural rights; international criminal lawView the profile
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