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Round Up of Events for iCLIC

Published: 22 March 2021

July 2020

Tuesday 7th July

"Explanations for AI: Computable or Not?" A workshop for WebSci'20

This workshop (hosted by the WebSci'20 conference) focused on socially-sensitive decisions made or assisted by AI systems which often involve more complex (e.g. machine learning) and opaque forms (also referred to as black-box algorithms) of underlying decision-making processes. The aim was to stimulate a lively debate on whether explanations for AI are computable or not by bringing together researchers, practitioners and representatives of AI (or AI-assisted) decision-making systems.

For more information and to see the papers related to this event, please click here.

 

Monday 20th July

An iCLIC and Web Science Webinar on Data stewardship and health data

This webinar discussed barriers to the sharing of health data as well as necessary safeguards, and explore a variety of emerging multi-party data sharing models. The speakers provided insights into the needs of operational research (OR) in the healthcare sector, best practice to achieve legal compliance and meet ethical standards when sharing health data, and compared solutions across jurisdictions.

The webinar was moderated by our own Professor Sophie Stalla-Bourdillon.

For more information on this event, please click here.

 

2021

iCLIC will be involved in a Modern Law Review Seminar ‘Emerging Technologies, Personality Laws and the Dead’. Director Professor Uta Kohl and member Dr Remigius Nwabueze are organisers for this event. The date is yet to be confirmed, so please keep an eye on our website for further updates!

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