New facial recognition and geo-location technologies are designed to make our lives easier and more secure. But when those who create new technology and artificial intelligence (AI) lose sight of the human users, issues of bias can surface. Join a panel of experts working in the field of data and analysis as they unpack the complexities and sensitivities of diversity and bias in technology.
These days, artists need to avoid complacency when finding audiences for new work. The traditional art space cries out for disruption and new ways to engage diverse audiences. Artists discuss how new technology allows them to step out of the norm and create daring and captivating work.
We live in an age where the terms ‘fake news’, ‘post truth’ and ‘alternative facts’ are accepted vernacular. Are we destined for a world of flat-earthers and anti-vaxxers dominating our national news channels?
A panel of journalists discuss whether this is the end of critical thinking or if we can claw our way back.
Scientists and technologists routinely achieve amazing things that improve the quality and length of life for people all over the world with the presence of bionic limbs, touch screens and mental health apps.
Join a panel who understand the significant impact this kind of technology can have on those in need.
Stories remain fundamental to how we develop as a society. Stories shape how we learn, how we educate and connect with others. This panel considers how storytelling has evolved over the centuries, along with new ways to connect with people.