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The power and reach of artificial intelligence is growing: as machines become more sophisticated, they are handed more influence over decisions affecting all areas of our lives, from the workplace to the criminal justice system.
This workshop will take the form of a lecture, followed by a group discussion, looking at classification and categorisation in machine learning systems that use Artificial Intelligence.
Following on from the sell-out success of UKAuthority ‘Rise of the Bots’ and 'Return of the Bots 2017' and in response to both audience demand and the rapid pace of technology change, UKAuthority will be hosting ‘March of the Bots’ on 23rd November 2018 in central London.
'Making Artificial Intelligence A Reality'
The role of Government in the future success of AI
CaSE is delighted to invite you to its Annual Lecture 2018, on the role of Government in the future success of AI in the UK.
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