UCL AI Insights - AI in the Judicial System
25 February 2021, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
UCL Computer Science and Centre for Artificial Intelligence host a monthly webinar 'AI Insights' that highlights topical discussions in the vibrant area of AI research and innovation. All events are online and free to all. Leading figures in industry, innovation, and research are invited to present, debate and discuss on topics such as finance and healthcare.
This event is free.
Dr Emre Kazim
UCL Computer Science and Centre for Artificial Intelligence host a monthly webinar series 'AI Insights' that highlights topical discussions in the vibrant area of AI research and innovation. All events are online and free to all. Leading figures in industry, innovation, and research are invited to present, debate and discuss on topics such as finance and healthcare. Our forthcoming events are:
Our forthcoming events are:
AI in the Judicial System
Time: 01:00 - 02.00 PM London
Date: Feb 25, 2021
The adoption of AI in the judicial system - across various sectors of law more broadly - has the potential to both revolutionise the practice of law and, rework our notions of due process and justice. In this webinar we welcome Dr Pamela Ugwudike (University of Southampton, Alan Turing Institute) and Charles Kerrigan (CMS partner and global head of Fintech) to present their perspectives from academia and industry.
This event will also be broadcasted live via UCL AI Centre Youtube channel
Dr Pamela Ugwudike
Associate Professor of Criminology (University of Southampton), Fellow (Alan Turing Institute)
Dr Pamela Ugwudike is Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Southampton and a Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute. She is leading multidisciplinary research projects that are exploring AI ethics and governance, with a focus on the data-driven algorithms that inform decision making in justice systems. Dr Ugwudike sits on a number of advisory boards including the advisory group for Ada Lovelace Institute's legal review of the governance of biometric data in the UK.
Partner and global head of Fintech @CMC
Charles Kerrigan is CMS partner and global head of Fintech. He specialises in finance and technology, corporate finance and venture fundraising. He leads CMS interest in blockchain and digital assets.
Adriano Koshiyama @UCL Computer Science
Dr Adriano Koshiyama is a Research Fellow at Computer Science at University College London. His interests include: Machine Learning, Finance, and Algorithmic Assessment. He is a specialist in designing trustworthy autonomous systems.
Check out previous events on the UCL AI Centre's YouTube channel:
- AI Adoption in Financial Services
- Bias in Artificial Intelligence
- Human-Centric AI: the HCI and Ethics
- AI Governance: towards trustworthy engineering of AI systems
- AI in Health: Research, Practice & Innovation
The ALGO Conference
In addition to the monthly webinars, a flagship, biannual conference is held.
The ALGO 2020
The autumn 2020 conference was on the theme of Research, Innovation and Governance. There were over 1000 delegates and 50+ speakers, with sessions from the likes of Cisco, The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation, Climate Change AI, and many more.
Full 2020 conference programme can be found at The ALGO website.
The ALGO 2021 - 29th April - save the date!
Ecosystems of Excellence and Trust - is the theme for the forthcoming conference
Confirmed sessions include Cisco, Deepmind, University of York, and many more. Event details will be updated in March 2021.
Registration is free and open to all
For further information, please contact Dr Emre Kazim firstname.lastname@example.org