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Dr Vassilis Galanos, 'The Social Construction of AI as Existential Risk: Stories of Expectations and Expertise'

Controversies in the Data Society 2024 - Week 4 AI Safety and AI Ethics - bridging cultures of existential and social risk. Dr Vassilis Galanos, Research Fellow, Science Technology and Innovation…

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Dr Atoosa Kasirzadeh, Two Types of AI Existential Risk: Decisive and Accumulative

Controversies in the Data Society 2024 - Week 4 AI Safety and AI Ethics - bridging cultures of existential and social risk. Dr Atoosa Kasirzadeh, Dept of Philosophy, Chancellors Fellow in the…

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Tilting at windmills: Don Quixote as a metaphor for the relationship between generative AI and educational assessment

This event took place on 15th June 2023.Dr Carlo Perrotta, University of MelbourneAbstractIn this paper, I tentatively draw on Foucault’s work on the historical analysis of knowledge (Foucault,…

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'Alexa doesn’t have that many feelings’: Children’s understanding of AI through interactions with smart speakers in their homes

Professor Judy Robertson and Dr Valentina Andries, Centre for Research in Digital EducationThis event took place on 25th May 2023Event slidesLink to publicationGet in touch if you would like to…

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Dr Bronwyn Jones, Journalist, and Researcher, ECA - Data-driven and algorithmic technologies for journalism and public service media (PSM)

Controversies in the Data Society 2022

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