We’re delighted to invite you to the UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Safe and Trusted Artificial Intelligence (STAI) inaugural STAI CDT PhD Student Seminar Afternoon.
PhD students in the STAI CDT are hosted at King’s College London and Imperial College London. They look at how one can ensure that an AI system is safe, meaning we can have some guarantees about the correctness of its behaviour, and trusted, meaning the average user can have well-placed confidence in the system and its decision making. The focus is particularly on the use of model-based, or symbolic, AI techniques for ensuring safety and trustworthiness, since these provide an explicit language for analysing, reasoning and communicating about systems and their behaviours.
This STAI CDT PhD Student Seminar Afternoon is the last of four scheduled for this academic year. We hope you can join us to find out more about the work our PhD students are doing.
We intend to also broadcast the event over Teams; if you prefer to attend remotely, please indicate this in your registration (and note that, while we will do our best to support this option, we may have to abandon it last minute if technical difficulties arise).
Please sign up for the event via Eventbrite