Digital Futures - Digital Trust and Security Seminar with Guest Speaker Dr Bran Knowles, Senior Lecturer in Data Science, Lancaster University
|Starts:||13:45 28 Apr 2021|
|Ends:||15:00 28 Apr 2021|
|What is it:||Seminar|
|Organiser:||The University of Manchester|
|Who is it for:||University staff, External researchers, Adults, Current University students, General public|
|Speaker:||Dr Bran Knowles|
We are delighted to announce Dr Bran Knowles, Senior Lecturer in Data Science, Lancaster University as the next speaker for the upcoming Digital Trust & Security Seminar Series, taking place on Wednesday 28th April.
The Digital Trust & Security Seminar Series are designed to highlight key insights into developments, challenges and identify areas for growth within Digital Trust & Security.
Seminars are open to all and free to attend. They generally last an hour and include Q&A sections. See below for more details about each event with details on how to book your place.
Places are reserved on a first come, first serve basis. We advise you book your place asap to avoid disappointment.
Date and Time:
Wed, 28 April 2021 | 13:45 – 15:00
Promoting public trust in AI
In this talk Dr Bran Knowles will discuss that existing models of trust in AI do not scale to the context of pervasive AI, and will argue instead that the public is trusting/distrusting in AI-as-an-institution – i.e. in a system which either demonstrably constrains AI in ways that prevent harm to the public, or a system which fails to do so.
This talk offers a theoretical scaffolding for understanding the importance of regulation, and AI documentation that enables this regulation, as the only path to promoting public trust in AI. It also attempts to unravel the faulty and dangerous narrative that trust in AI is important only for instrumental reasons, when in fact trust and distrust are key signals as to whether AI lives up to our moral standards and contributes to a society we want to live in.
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Dr Bran Knowles
Role: Senior Lecturer in Data Science
Organisation: Lancaster University
Biography: Bran is a qualitative researcher focusing on trust, privacy and ethical considerations surrounding data/data systems. Her research explores different aspects of trust through ethnographic case studies, develops conceptual models of trust that help in understanding a research agenda for developing trusted data systems. She approaches the development of socio-technical systems from a human perspective, applying an understanding of how people come to trust one another in the real world.
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