A recent explosion in innovation has meant AI has become more popular and powerful. AI and automated decision-making, especially in the context of work and people, carries substantial risks and has the potential for unfairness and discrimination. This is particularly true where decision-making processes lack transparency and fairness. We will be hosting a panel discussion to explore what this means for both companies developing AI technologies as well as organisations deploying it.

We are delighted to be joined by Lord Clement-Jones, the House of Lords Liberal Democrat spokesperson for Science, Innovation and Technology, Co-founder and Co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI and former Chair of the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

We’re also pleased to be joined by Dee Masters from Cloisters Chambers, who was involved in drafting the TUC’s AI Bill, and Associate Director of Policy at techUK, Neil Ross, who works with members to shape UK tech policy. Bates Wells Partner, Eleonor Duhs, will be hosting the event.

Where and when?

Thursday 4 July at 5:45pm till 8:15pm at our office and online. Please do join us in-person at our office for the panel discussion, followed by drinks and networking post-event. We will also be streaming this event, so please join us remotely if you would prefer. Reserve your spot below (please choose one RSVP option):

Register to join us in-person here.

Register to join us online here.