The Tech We Want: An Ethical Approach to Innovation

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Overview

From the A-Levels algorithm to predictive policing, any vestige of doubt that tech needs to be ethical, fair and transparent has been clean swept aside. It only takes an image of students protesting outside of the Ministry of Education to hammer home that the stakes are high for citizens, civil society, governments, and businesses alike.

In this CogXtra, we explore some of the most pressing issues and promising solutions for building the tech we want. We’re shining a spotlight on designing the UK’s digital twin, the importance of data in seeking justice, and we’ll be joined by the Digital Minister blazing a trail in Taiwan.

Sessions

Exhibitors you should meet

  • Tony Blair Institute for Global Change
    Tony Blair Institute for Global Change The Tony Blair Institute equips leaders to build open, inclusive and prosperous societies in an interconnected world. We seek to achieve change through politics and institutions, and we do this by developing policy and advising governments. The Institute is ...
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  • International Centre for AI, Energy & Climate
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Speakers

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Professor Dame Wendy Hall

Regius Professor of Computer Science University of Southampton

Mark Enzer

Head of the National Digital Twin Programme Centre for Digital Built Britain

Gilbert Owusu

Head of Operational Transformation Technologies BT

Dr Milly Zimeta

Head of Public Policy Open Data Institute

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