Alongside the opportunities presented by AI, numerous risks have captured public attention from privacy concerns to research integrity, and the potential of an ‘existential threat’. This event will bring together expert voices to discuss the short-, medium-, and long-term risks associated with the development of advanced artificial intelligence. Being held a week before the Global AI Safety Summit, the panel will discuss what they consider to be key AI safety risks which should be prioritised by policymakers, the scientific community, and the general public.
This event is being organised independently of the UK Government and is not part of the Road to the Summit activities.
- Anna Bacciarelli, Human Rights Watch
- Ben Brooks, Stability AI
- Louisa Bull, Unite the Union
- Professor Jon Crowcroft FRS FREng, University of Cambridge
- Sabhanaz Rashid Diya, Tech Global Institute
- Professor Gina Neff, Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy
Attending this event
- Free to attend by registration only
- This is an in-person event
- To register your interest, please sign up using the 'Book event' link on this page. We will then be in touch
- This panel discussion will be recorded, the recording will be available on this webpage after the event (subject to speaker permission)
- For any queries or accessibility requirements, please email the Science Policy team
- The event will be taking place at the Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG from 18:30 – 21:00
- This event has limited capacity. To register your interest, please sign up using the 'Book event' link on this page. You will be contacted by a member of staff if your registration is successful and will receive a formal invitation.