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This talk will question some of the assumptions associated with the promise of AI to solve some of the biggest challenges we face in society today.

Dr Gabrielle Samuel is a Lecturer in the Department of Global Health & Social Medicine at King’s. Her main research interests relate to the social/ethical issues associated with digital health, big data and AI.

Gabby is trained in sociology and ethics, with a background in the life sciences. She draws mainly on qualitative research methods, and has published extensively in the field of biobanking, genomics, digital health, forensic/health genetic technologies, research ethics and research ethics committees, and social media and AI/big data research.

Gabby is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics and Humanities & Social Sciences Communications. She is also a member of the Digital Environmental Sustainability Ethics and Clinical Ethics and Law in Society research groups at Oxford University – and the King’s climate action network.

This event is the third in a series of lunchtime talks led by King’s researchers in the AI Forum - a dedicated space in Science Gallery London for participation and discussion exploring how AI is made and used - part of Science Gallery London's current season AI: Who’s Looking After Me? in collaboration with FutureEverything.

About Science Gallery London

Science Gallery London is a place to grow new ideas across art, science and health. It is King’s College London’s unique public space that brings together academics, researchers, students, artists and local communities. Science Gallery London presents exhibitions, events, performances, live experiments, open discussions and festivals.

Event details

Science Gallery London
Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU