Researchers from the Brains on Board investigator team submit publication as evidence to the Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence

Researchers from the Brains on Board investigator team, led by Professor James Marshall from the Department, have submitted a publication as evidence to the Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

The Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence was appointed on 29 June 2017 to consider the economic, ethical and social implications of advances in artificial intelligence, and to make recommendations. In the publication submitted by the Brains on Board team they address issues including the ethical implications of AI and the impact on society. The full article  can be viewed along side all the other publications on the Lords Select Committee web pages.

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