The London Conference

Break-Out Sessions - Group Two: Artificial Intelligence: Developing Responses

Thursday 21 June, 1530 – 1645

Rapid advances in computing power and machine learning have led to the application of artificial intelligence (AI) to all kinds of problems, with potentially huge implications for national security, human health, the environment and employment – and, more broadly, how society and the economy are organized. Against this fast-moving and complex landscape, what are the key risks and opportunities? Which countries and sectors are best placed to respond? What kind of regulatory approaches can accelerate the beneficial uses while containing the risks? Where are investors and innovators focusing their energy? 



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