Join us on 6 March 2024, 9.30 -11.00 UK time in exploring the potential of Artificial Intelligence for creating social value and energise the dialogue about the role of Youth as Leaders for social change and carriers of the new technological era.

The power of Artificial Intelligence for common In partnership with a range of business as well as research and innovation partners, through the Stronger Together through Artificial Intelligence for the Common Good we aspire to engage young people in using AI for the common good by offering opportunities for skills building, sharing and creating innovative ideas and exchanging with policy makers and experts for upscaling their potential to influence the future of AI for social action.

Through this conversation, we aim to provide a targeted platform of exchange between Young Leaders and experts on the critical challenges and opportunities on how to use Artificial Intelligence for the Common Good.

We are pleased to welcome the panellists:

  • Emma Carmel, Professor of Governance and Public Policy Associate Dean (Research), Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences. Co-I & pathway lead AI and Public Policy: ART-AI.
  • Angeliki Dedopoulou, Public Policy Manager @ Meta | Government Affairs, AI & Fintech.
  • Tim Santos, Director of Product for AI Cloud Solutions at Graphcore.
  • Nirav Ajmeri, Lecturer in Artificial Intelligence in the School of Computer Science at the University of Bristol.

The event will be moderated by Karin Rudolph. Founder of Collective Intelligence and The Ethical Technology Network.

Participants in the AI for the Common Good programme from five European countries (Cyprus, Greece, Hungary, Ireland and the UK) will be able to present their recommendations and engage in conversation with the panellists.

The online and face to face audience will be able to participate in the conversation and address their questions to the panel.

If you are interested to join the event in person, kindly RSVP by email to Chrysa.Vlachopoulou@britishcouncil.org by the 4th of March.

If you wish to participate in the event online, register here!