This is a past event
Think about the real-world implications of relying on systems that use Artificial Intelligence.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is being increasingly used in applications from health care to transport to finance. But who do we hold to account when something goes wrong? As we work to remove the human from decision-making processes, what information do we still want to know about who decided how decisions should be made and how the machine is programmed to behave?
During this one-hour, interactive event, we will explore the decisions that are made in developing these systems – including the decisions made by the human designers, builders, and operators, and users of such AI systems and you will be given the chance to “vote” on the best outcomes for proposed scenarios before learning what is happening behind the scenes of those AI systems.
This event will be LIVE and will include an audience Q&A session.
This event is part of Explorathon 2020, Scotland's participation in European Researchers' Night, a European Commission funded initiative.