UNSW Engineering in collaboration with Women in AI global membership invite you to livestream the event, Ethical AI – AI we can trust!
AI Ethicist & Data Activist, Renée Cummings, explores the transformative power and extraordinarily possibilities of ethical AI as she examines what a robust real time response to algorithmic bias and data discrimination should look like. With her ability to draw from multiple disciplines and her rich multicultural worldview, she will discuss the consciousness and courage required to innovate with intent, and build the ethical resilience and ethical vigilance necessary to deploy AI we can trust.
Following the keynote and panel will be interactive breakout rooms where you will have the opportunity to engage in a lively discussion on algorithmic bias and data discrimination.
Renée Cummings is an AI ethicist and the first Data Activist in Residence, at the School of Data Science, at the University of Virginia. She is also a criminologist, criminal psychologist, and therapeutic jurisprudence specialist and a community scholar at Columbia University.
Advocating for AI we can trust, accountable, transparent, explainable, responsible and principled as well as more diverse, equitable, and inclusive, Renée is on the frontline of ethical AI, generating real time solutions to many of the consequences of AI and the impacts of data on society.
Renée specializes in AI leadership, AI policy development, AI governance, AI risk management, AI crisis communication, building ethical AI and using AI to save lives. She is committed to using AI to empower and transform by helping governments and organizations navigate the AI landscape and develop future AI leaders.
Renée is on the Board of Advisors of the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs. She’s a founding board member of the Springer journal AI Ethics. She is also on the board of Women in Voice as well as on the board of Inspired Minds, producers of the World Summit AI.