On Friday 24 November, Professor Chris Reed returned from his sabbatical to present his findings from his research project titled, "Regulating Artificial Intelligence".
The project investigates how far it is feasible for law and regulation to demand from AI developers and users that their AI makes decisions which are fair, reasonable, etc. He explains the project and how he is investigating it, and also some machine learning basics. He then examines how AI developers understand fairness, and compares it with the understanding from social scientists and philosophers. The seminar concludes with some early thoughts about what this might mean for devising AI regulation.
If you would like to see slides, you can view them here: AI and Fairness Slides - Chris Reed [PDF 474KB]
To watch a recording of the session visit here