We are delighted to announce Microsoft as our Gold Partner at Anthropology + Technology 2020.

“We’re delighted to be a Gold Partner of Anthropology + Technology 2020. Artificial intelligence holds tremendous potential for all businesses. However, we have ethical and social responsibilities. By deploying AI responsibly, businesses can be more confident about using AI to deliver value whilst having a positive impact on society”. — Richard Potter, CTO, Microsoft Consulting Services UK

The two-day Anthropology + Technology Conference champions socially-responsible artificial intelligence (AI) and brings together speakers from the social sciences, technology, business, and the public sector.

Delegates will explore the social and economic impact of AI-technology across fintech, health tech and smart cities, examining how AI can be built, designed, and deployed responsibly, without putting a brake on innovation.

Keynote speaker, Nani Jansen Reventlow, a human rights lawyer and director of the Digital Freedom Fund, will address dismantling the systems of racism and colonisation embedded in digital technologies and how we can create a better future for everyone.

We hope you can join us at this unique two-day conference, now online and in its second year, which is taking place on Friday 9 October and Monday 12 October. We’re really excited about the conversations we’ll be having on how to design, build, and deploy emerging technologies in a socially-responsible way.

Thank you, Microsoft, for your support.