How will AI change what we wear, what we watch on TV, what books we read? Join us in Leeds to explore in conversation with our expert panel.
Join us in Leeds to hear from a panel of experts about the use of AI in fashion, beauty, broadcasting, arts, and heritage, and how this might impact our lives, and possibly our identity in the years to come.
There's an exponential rise of AI in our everyday lives – from the use of our data by social media, to the algorithms working out what we buy, how we vote and what we eat. AI is also increasingly underpinning the cultural and creative sphere of our lives. This creates new and exciting opportunities, but also brings new challenges.
Join us at Leeds City Museum for an exciting and thought-provoking conversation with our expert panel.
Our amazing panellists include:
- Chair: Zillah Watson, independent consultant, ex-BBC
- Rebecca O’Higgins – Founder KI-AH-NA
- Laura Ellis, Head of Technology Forecasting, BBC
- Maja Maricevic, Head of Higher Education and Science, British Library – libraries and heritage
The panel is organised by the British Library and Alan Turing Institute's Living with Machines project, in partnership with Ai Tech North UK.
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