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How will AI impact “the year of elections”?

Tue 21 May

Room SG1, Alison Richard Building

As nations globally approach a critical juncture with 68 countries partaking in elections, the rise of AI-generated synthetic media presents both challenges and opportunities for the electoral process. In this event experts from multidisciplinary backgrounds will explore the multifaceted impact of artificial intelligence on political elections.

They will address the fine balance between the need for regulation and the drive for innovation in AI, alongside the media’s crucial role in ensuring accurate and fair political discourse in the face of deepfakes and disinformation.

Join us for an insightful dialogue on shaping the integrity and future of democratic engagements through AI.

Explore:

- What are the implications of AI-generated disinformation on democratic processes, and how can they be mitigated?
- In an era of deepfakes, what strategies can be employed to maintain public trust in the media and political discourse?
- How can policymakers and technologists collaborate to create effective regulations that encourage responsible AI innovation?


Discussion 1: Crafting the future: navigating the intersection of AI regulation and electoral innovation
- Tom Mason, former CTO, Stability AI
- Prof Gina Neff, Executive Director, Minderoo Center for Technology and Democracy
TBC


Discussion 2: Media integrity in the AI era: addressing deepfakes and misinformation
- Kenneth Cukier, Deputy Executive Editor, The Economist
- Dr Kerry McInerney, Research Associate, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
- Henry Ajder, Founder, Latent Space

Welcome
Prof Diane Coyle, Bennett Professor of Public Policy and Co-Director of the Bennett Institute

Chair
Walter Pasquarelli, Bennett Institute Affiliated Researcher

There will be time to ask questions.

Cost: Free - booking required

Enquiries and booking

Please note that booking is required for this event.

Website Email: events@bennettinstitute.cam.ac.uk

Timing

In person

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Tue 21 May 6:00PM - 7:30PM

Venue

Address: Room SG1, Alison Richard Building
Sidgwick Site
7 West Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB3 9DT
Email: events@bennettinstitute.cam.ac.uk
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