The rise of Artificial Intelligence: Implications for policymakers, with Professor John Wyatt

We are delighted to have Professor John Wyatt join us to offer a lunchtime briefing and discussion with parliamentarians on the key issues involved in artificial intelligence, automation and work. John is Emeritus Professor of Neonatal Paediatrics, Ethics and Perinatology at University College London and a Senior Research Fellow at the Faraday Institute, Cambridge. He has worked as a consultant neonatologist at University College Hospital for more than 20 years but is now concentrating on teaching and research into ethical dilemmas raised by advances in technology. He is co-leading a research project into the social and theological implications of advances in artificial intelligence and robotics. 

Please note that this event is for parliamentarians only. A sandwich lunch will be provided.

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alisonm.hill@parliament.uk