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Scroll down for the full Festival programme or click here for a PDF outline of the programme.

Highlights include:

AI. Art. You. 21 May, 18.30 - 19.30. Award-winning author Jeanette Winterson explores why AI needs the arts. Register here.

Beyond AI safety: can we make the AI revolution socially sustainable? 22 May, 18.00 - 19.00. Professor Sylvie Delacroix (King’s College London). Sign up here.

How GenAI can reshape education, 24 May, 18.00 - 19.00. Professor Oguz A. Acar (King’s College, London). Book your free spot now.

From welfare to tenant state? State-tech relations in an age of AI, 24 May, 19.00 - 20.00. Professor Lina Dencik (Goldsmiths, University of London). Register to attend.

Plus screenings, panel discussions, demos and more...

The King’s Festival of Artificial Intelligence returns this year with five days of events showcasing the latest advances in artificial intelligence (AI) and their impact on society. Building on the successes of last year’s festival, the King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence presents an exciting line up of academic and industry experts participating in public lectures, panel discussions, lightning talks, film screenings, demos and workshops.

From Tuesday 21 May to Saturday 25 May, King’s Strand campus will host a range of audiences, inviting them to participate in urgent questions about AI in a variety of domains including philosophy, social justice, healthcare, industry, education, sustainability, responsibility, creativity, and intelligence itself.

Registration is open now for the King's Festival of Artificial Intelligence. Come and join the conversation about AI and its challenges and opportunities at King’s College London. The festival events are free and open to all. 

About the King’s Institute for Artificial Intelligence

King's College London has a vibrant and expansive community in artificial intelligence (AI), with work taking place in every faculty across King's. Activity spans core AI (its technical underpinnings), applications and societal implications. The King's Institute for Artificial Intelligence is dedicated to connecting researchers, educators, students, policymakers, and the wider public to foster collaboration, advance research, and develop the understanding and application of AI in society.