The tech revolution is underway, firmly planting AI in our lives.
AI could be a powerful tool in disrupting disadvantage, and is currently doing so in areas such as education, healthcare and service delivery, but can equally be used to further systemic discrimination or harm communities.
Is Australia equipped to embrace the opportunities of technological innovations in a way that keeps humans, and their rights and dignities, at the core?
Now is the time to ask this fundamental question as AI is embedded throughout the world’s systems from global security to local elections.
Edward Santow, has joined UTS as Industry Professor - Responsible Technology to work with the business, financial and government sectors to address technical, legal and human rights challenges in the area of AI – issues that could detrimentally affect us for decades to come.
• Edward Santow, Industry Professor – Responsible Technology, UTS, and former Australian Human Rights Commissioner
• Mikaela Jade, Founder and CEO, Indigital
• Distinguished Professor Fang Chen, Executive Director of Data Science, UTS