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Every day we are greeted with new headlines claiming emerging AI technology is going to revolutionise our lives. From aiding doctors in clinics to judicial authorities in courtrooms, we are assured of the superior efficiency and speed of AI but there’s always a vital question missing - can we trust it?

Join this session for an open and honest exploration through AI ethics, and what trust, accuracy and bias look like in algorithms that can neither think nor feel.

This event is hosted by Tiarna Lee and Jhanelle White - both PhD students at King's College London, one working in the field of AI and the other who is wondering whether AI will blanket reject her CV and block her future career.

This project is part of Science Gallery London’s Creative Project Grants programme for local 18 - 25s and King’s students.


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