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Would life be better if robots did all the work?

Talk from the BBC on robots and work: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08gxndc

Harvard philosopher Michael Sandel asks if life would be better if robots did all the work. Professor Sandel skilfully and entertainingly uses live audiences to help address important ethical and philosophical questions. He has travelled across the world and brought together global audiences for his method of Socratic dialogue.


AI for Humans with Rob McCargow

Rob McCargow: Director of Artificial Intelligence, PwC

Rob works with partners across academia, government, technology vendors, start-ups, and other key stakeholders, in order to drive innovation within the Firm and develop new services for clients. He is an evangelist for responsible technology and promotes awareness of the growing ethical agenda relating to AI. He is an advisory board member of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI, an adviser to The IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics of Autonomous and Intelligent Systems, a TEDx speaker, and a Fellow of The RSA. Rob is particularly focused upon the issues and policies relating to the impact of automation on the workforce, the future skills agenda, and ensuring that the benefits to be delivered by AI are equitably spread across society.


Reskilling with David Yakobovitch

David Yakobovitch is the Host of the HumAIn Podcast (pronounced “humane”). He is a Principal Data Scientist at Galvanize, (acquired by K12 in January 2020), responsible for delivering Global Instruction, Scaled Training Programs, and Customer Success. He also partners with Engagement Managers and Account Executives with Pre-Sales and Product Marketing. David currently serves as an advisor for The Carpentries, Futureworks, CUNY Startups, and MaiiC.


Belief Systems and AI with Dylan Doyle-Burke

Dylan Doyle-Burke is currently a PhD student at the University of Denver studying Human-Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence Ethics, Public Policy and Religious Studies. His research focus is on creating a Theory of Mind for Artificial Intelligence and creating Equal Representation at every level of AI Product Development and implementation. Dylan holds a bachelors of arts from Sarah Lawrence College and a Masters of Divinity from Union Theological Seminary at Columbia University.

Dylan is an experienced keynote speaker and consultant and has presented at and worked alongside multi-national corporations, the United Nations, world-renowned hospital systems, and many other conferences and institutions to provide insight, consultation, and engaging talks focused on Artificial Intelligence Ethics, responsible technology, and more.

Dylan co-hosts the RadicalAI podcast with Jessie Smith.


Jessie Smith co-designing AI

Jess is a PhD student in the department of Information Science at CU Boulder. Jess received her Bachelor’s in Software Engineering from California Polytechnic State University. Her research foci include machine learning fairness, algorithmic bias, value tensions in sociotechnical systems, and the unintended consequences of rapid tech growth.

Follow Jess on Twitter @_jessiejsmith_ and www.radicalai.org


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