Friday, 9 October 2020
|09:15-10:15||Keynote: Nani Jansen Reventlow
Our 2020 keynote Nani Jansen Reventlow will speak to dismantling the systems of racism and colonisation embedded in digital technologies so that, together, we can create a better future for everyone.
Speakers: Anders Kofod-Petersen, Susie Alegre, Erin B Taylor
Topics covered: AI in financial services; personal risk assessments; what kind of financial society do we want to shape.
|10:15-11:15||Health Tech: Talks
Speakers: Pearse Keane, Eerke Boiten, Ijeoma Azodo & Rafiah Badat
Topics covered: Using deep learning to identify disease; data privacy and cybersecurity in relation to health data; digital health technologies.
|10:15-11:15||Smart Cities: Talks
Speakers: Rasmus Thomsen, Lisa Talia Moretti, Phil Harvey
Topics covered: Human-centred design in smart cities; sociotechnical processes to support ethical best practice in tech; humanising data and AI.
|11:15-11:45||Refreshments and networking|
Speakers: Rachel O’Dwyer, Diana Finch, Ben Breen
Topics covered: Artistic methods for engaging with algorithms; the circular economy and local money; countering inequality in financial services.
|11:45-12:45||Health Tech: Talks
Speakers: Martha Dark, Allison Gardner, Kadija Ferryman
Topics covered: Making tech accountable; deploying AI responsibly in health tech; tackling health disparities through data.
|11:45-12:45||Smart Cities: Talks
Speakers: Gemma John, Aisha Thomas, Ben Green
Topics covered: Social value and the built environment; why representation really matters in smart cities; the “smart enough” city.
|12:45-14:00||Lunch and networking|
FinTech: Q&A discussions with the stream speakers
HealthTech: Q&A discussions with the stream speakers
Smart Cities: Q&A discussions with the stream speakers
|15:00-15:30||Refreshments and networking|
|15:30-16:30||Session feedback: Socially-responsible AI – challenges and opportunities
Our expert Stream Leads will summarise the challenges, risks, and opportunities and facilitate a discussion with conference delegates.
|16:30-17:30||Socially-responsible AI: Panel discussion
Our expert Panel – Ivana Bartoletti, Susan Halford, and Sam Shah – will discuss the challenges, risks and opportunities raised and offer their expert views on where to from here. Chair: Reema Patel.
|19:30-21:30||Special performance of I Am Echoborg
Join your fellow delegates over virtual drinks and enjoy this amazing show.
Monday, 12 October 2020
Online workshop sessions, which will respond to issues raised on day one, and enable delegates to collaboratively workshop ideas.
W01: FinTech: Workshop led by FinTech stream leads, Erin B. Taylor and Anette Broløs.
W02: Health Tech: Workshop led by Health Tech stream lead, Laura Sobola.
W03: Smart Cities: Workshop led by Microsoft.
Multiple, concurrent virtual workshops run by experts from around the world.
W04: Unlocking Innovation through the Social Sciences (London)
W05: How Culture Enables Technology (Mumbai)
W06: Designing AI as a Social Entity (Helsinki)
W07: Turning Human Understanding into Validated Business Opportunities (Copenhagen)
W08: What Can You Do With Anthropology? (London)
W09: Rapid Ethnography Bootcamp: From Idea to Pitch (Amsterdam)
W10: Making of a $2.5 billion study: weaving crowdsourcing, social sciences, and machine learning (London)
W11:Clash of the Conversational A.I. Systems: Anthropology Meets Technology (London)