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AI for Diversity and Inclusion

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With support from King’s Academy and insights from our vibrant community of students, staff, and alumni, the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience present a series of interactive talks and panel sessions to educate, inform and entertain around the topic of AI in academia and beyond. We invite guests to share their insights about how AI is transforming the world, its practical applications, and ethical challenges.

This session covers the range of affordances and challenges that AI brings in the area of diversity and inclusion, from tech enablers to bias in big data. We are proud to present a keynote talk by Robin Christopherson MBE of UK tech charity AbilityNet.

A leading expert on accessibility and digital inclusion, Robin is a regular speaker raising awareness of the power and potential of technology to transform people's lives. Being blind himself, he is a passionate supporter of products that are inclusive and easier to use by all. From today's virtual assistants to tomorrow's flying cars, Robin will discuss the amazing applications of AI to help everyone regardless of disability or impairment.

In addition, our panel of staff and students from King’s College London share their insights and applications of tools to promote inclusivity as well as lived experiences of neurodivergence in relation to automated systems.

This event is for King's College London staff, students and select partners.


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