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Thursday, June 13 • 9:00am - 10:15am
Do Moderators Dream of Electric Sheep? The potential for AI in regulating online content

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Online platforms are increasingly facing calls from lawmakers and regulators to address harmful content of various types, and also frequently wish to moderate their own content for their own terms of use and policies. The scale of the content on many platforms makes some form of algorithmic function a necessary part of content moderation, and recently interest has grown in using AI technologies such as machine learning to play a part too. The goal of this session is to exchange views between expert panelists, and the public, on the potential for AI to be used in content moderation, while respecting fundamental rights.

Moderators
avatar for Richard Wingfield

Richard Wingfield

Head of Legal, Global Partners Digital

Speakers
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Jake Lucchi

Head of AI and Data Value, Google Asia Pacific
AI, data, content
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Oli Bird

Head of International Internet Policy, Ofcom
Oli leads on international internet issues for Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator.
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Charlotte Slaiman

Competition Policy Counsel, Public Knowledge
Charlotte is Policy Counsel for competition policy at Public Knowledge, where she focuses on digital platforms. Prior to joining Public Knowledge, Charlotte worked in the Anticompetitive Practices Division of the Federal Trade Commission, investigating and litigating antitrust conduct... Read More →
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Sally Epstein

Sally Epstein is a Senior Machine Learning Engineer for Cambridge Consultants, where she drives core R&D into state-of-the-art AI. Based at the company’s Digital Greenhouse AI research lab, Sally is focused on developing novel approaches to deep learning and working with major clients... Read More →


Thursday June 13, 2019 9:00am - 10:15am
L'Escale (Laico)

Attendees (125)