AGD/ANU LawTech Seminar Series

We have partnered with the Australian National University’s College of Law (ANU), in association with the Gradient Institute, to deliver a new seminar series on law and artificial intelligence.

The series aims to provide an introduction to legal and technical developments arising from the use of artificial intelligence in government, legal institutions and parts of the private sector of relevance to government entities. Future sessions will focus on machine learning, digital assets, social media and blockchain.

Session 3

This seminar will deepen the technical and legal issues broached in seminars 1 and 2 by focusing on the ethical and policy choices embedded in the design, development and deployment of data-driven machine-learning algorithms.

Understanding how different technical choices in machine learning design distribute risk, reward, harms and benefits is critical to providing advice on the legality and suitability of AI inside and outside
government.

The core learning outcome of this seminar is to understand how data-driven machine learning can be built to achieve effective and ethical policy and service delivery outcomes.

Presenters

Dr Finn Lattimore
Lead Data Scientist, Reserve Bank of Australia

Date

Friday 24 June 2022

Time

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm AEST

CPD

1 point for ‘Substantive Law’
Enquiries

Kristina Nocevska
kristina.nocevska@ags.gov.au
T 02 6253 7457

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