Dr Koene was interviewed for a blog series by the CEO of Zupervise. Read the full blog post about the interview at Zupervise’s web site: https://zupervise.com/the-future-of-ai-regulation.
Dr Ansgar Koene was invited to give a keynote at the Coalesce 21 Conference of the Goa Intsitute of Management, to talk about his views on “Algorithmic Bias : Diversity & Inclusion”. https://dare2compete.com/o/algorithmic-bias-diversity-and-inclusion-webinar-by-mr-ansgar-koene-ernst-young-coalesce-21-goa-institute-of-managemen-150681
Dr Elvira Perez Vallejos is involved in the latest Aardman Campaign to tackle growing mental health concerns among young people. The campaign sees the launch of a series of short films aimed at young people aged 17-24, and has been uniquely co-created with the young audience it sets out to support, ensuring it has an authentic voice and is genuinely representative of the challenges to mental wellbeing faced by the demographic. Aardman launches campaign to tackle growing mental health concerns…
Dr Ansgar Koene presented at a moderated session on Online safety and it’s impact on Children hosted by Ernst Young (late January). The panel consisted of a representation from Childnet International who used the occasion to advertise Safer Internet Day to the DPO’s and compliance officers from various industry attendees.
Dr Ansgar Koene, from our Nottingham team, was invited by AI for Business for an interview about algorithmic accountability and transparency, recommender systems and whether our opinions are formed through design: https://www.aiforbusiness.net/ai-interviews. The interview recording can be found on YouTube.
Dr Ansgar Koene was invited by UNESCO to participate in the Virtual Regional Consultation on the first draft of the Recommendation on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on 27 – 28 July 2020. UNESCO has embarked on a two-year process to elaborate the first global standard-setting instrument on ethics of AI. The first draft of the Recommendation has been produced by an Ad hoc Expert Group (AHEG) appointed by the Director-General of UNESCO. The Virtual Regional Consultation for the…
On the day of Internet Safety 2020, Dr Elvira Perez Vallejos, Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham writes about “Navigating through uncertainty and unawareness” for the UK eNurture Network+, a UKRI funded network that fosters new collaborations to promote children and young people’s mental health in a digital world (2018-2023). Her blog post can be found here: https://www.enurture.org.uk/blog/2020/2/5/navigating-through-uncertainty-and-unawareness
On 27 October 2019, Oxford team, Dr Jun Zhao and Dr Helena Webb, took part in the Oxford Idea Festival 2019, talking to members of the public about privacy, security, and digital wellbeing. The key goal of the event is to raise the awareness of these issues by the general public by exhibiting in a local shopping centre in East Oxford and reaching out to an audience who would normally be hard to reach otherwise. The exhibition was well-attended by several…
On 1 September 2019, Prof Michael Rivatsos from the University of Edinburgh contributed to BBC Radio Scotland’s programme on “Brainwaves: Love, Life, and Algorithms”, to discuss the impact of algorithms on our daily life. BBC Radio Scotland: Brainwaves: Love, Life, and Algorithms
Dr Helena Webb prepared a blog post with collaborator Adrienne Hart (Neon Dance) to discuss synergies between the RoboTIPS project and Adrienne’s dance piece, Prehension Blooms. This was posted on the website of TORCH the Oxford research centre for the humanities and the funder of our collaboration. https://www.torch.ox.ac.uk/article/prehension-blooms-and-robotips