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Towards 2030: Realising the UK's AI Ambitions

24 March 2022

In this panel session a panel of leading experts, chaired by Lord Tim Clement-Jones CBE, discuss Artificial Intelligence, covering its potential to transform all aspects of human life and how the UK is planning to harness the opportunities and challenges brought about by these technologies which have been described as the “fourth industrial revolution”. 

Our panel focus their discussion on key aspects of the National AI strategy including the AI skills gap, diversity within the sector, academia-industry collaboration and the governance of AI technology.

The panel includes: 

Professor Colin Bailey CBE, Queen Mary University of London, President and Principal

Lord Tim Clement-Jones CBE, Queen Mary University of London, Chair of Council

Professor Greg Slabaugh, Director of the Digital Environment Research Institute, Queen Mary University of London

Professor Adrian Smith, Director and Chief Executive of The Alan Turing Institute

Sana Khareghani, Head of UK Government Office for AI

Garry Pairaudeau, Chief Technology Officer, Exscientia 

Shahed Alghrsi, MSc student studying Machine Learning for Visual Data Analytics MSc

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