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In this interactive session, Caitlin Bentley will share a ‘serious game’ intended to engage underrepresented groups in the design and deployment of remotely operated boats in the UK.
Some participants will have a chance to play the game and discuss issues around participatory design of AI with and for people at risk of marginalisation.
Caitlin Bentley is a Lecturer in AI Education, actively shaping the future of responsible AI through education. She is a member of the Delivery Team on the UKRI Responsible Artificial Intelligence UK (RAI UK) programme. Previously, she served on the UKRI Trustworthy Autonomous Hub Skills Committee, Syllabus Lab, and EDI working group.
As a newly appointed co-director of the UKRI Safe and Trusted AI Centre for Doctoral Training, and ex officio member of MASSPeople, the first international working group establishing competency frameworks and standards for remote and autonomously enabled marine surface vessels, Caitlin contributes to initiatives that nurture the next generation of experts in safe and trusted AI, promoting responsible innovation and ethical practices.
This event is the fourth 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.
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