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Join Elizabeth Black, Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence, for a conversation about what we need from AI to be able to trust it, and the role the media can play.
This event is the second 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.
Dr Elizabeth Black is a Reader in Artificial Intelligence in the Department of Informatics at King’s College London. She is Director of the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (the STAI CDT), leading the training of a new generation of scientists and engineers who are experts in symbolic AI approaches and their use in developing AI systems that are safe (meaning we can provide guarantees about their behaviour) and are trusted (meaning we can have well-placed confidence in the decisions they make and their reasons for making them).
Her research focuses on computational models of argument dialogue and how these can be applied in domains such as healthcare and multi-agent systems, to support both human and joint human-AI reasoning and decision-making.
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