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Professor David Leslie Leads AI Fringe Event putting Children’s rights and inequality on the AI Agenda
On November 2nd 2023, Professor David Leslie, Professor of Ethics, Technology and Society at Queen Mary University London, and Director of Ethics and Responsible Innovation Research at the Alan Turing institute, led an AI Fringe event aligned with the UK Government's AI Safety Summit, in partnership with the Alan Turing Institute, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on AI, and Big Innovation Centre.
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0:00:00 Intro
0:03:41 Opening remarks from Professor David Leslie and Dr Cosmina Dorobantu

0:10:51 Welcome speech by Professor Colin Bailey, Queen Mary University of London President and Principal
0:17:18 Opening Keynote. Gabriela Ramos, UNESCO, explores the importance of inclusive, rights-based visions of AI ethics and governance that centre social justice concerns
 0:39:42 Q&A with Gabriela Ramos
 0:49:57 Keynote on AI and Children's Rights. Baroness Beeban Kidron OBE, Member of the House of Lords
1:06:01 Q&A with Baroness Beeban Kidron
1:13:40 Panel session on AI and Children's Rights
 1:41:20 Global Data Justice and Generative AI
2:21:49 Fireside Chat with Xiao-Li Meng (Harvard) on Academia and the GenAI Revolution 3:00:55 Uncovering Data Injustice
3:25:48 Introducing Data Justice
 3:37:19 Inclusive International AI Governance in the Age of Foundation Models
4:19:33 Launching the National AI Ethics and Governance in Practice Programme
 5:14:01 Close of Event

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