International dimensions of artificial intelligence

Crawford School of Public Policy

Event details


Date & time

Friday 22 February 2019


Acton and Barton Theatres




Katherine Daniell

How should the world approach the opportunities and risks of artificial intelligence? Join experts from Australia and Europe as they discuss trends in public policy, research and industry, in particular as they relate to the Australian Government’s newly released Australia’s Tech Future strategy.

The morning panel explores national policies presented by the European Commission, EU member states and the Australian Government. It is a forum for sharing experiences and policy directions and comparing approaches.

The afternoon session involves workshops on security, law and policy, health, education, arts and culture and robotic vision, followed by networking cocktails.

Don’t miss this crucial discussion hosted at ANU Crawford School in collaboration with the 3A Institute, ANU Law School, and the National Security College, and supported by the European Commission’s EPIC project.

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