Exploring The Intersection Of AI & Women’s Rights On BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s

The world’s first ultra-realistic humanoid AI robot artist offers a glimpse of what AI might mean for female employees in the future.

Nuala McGovern spworld’sth Financial Times’ Artificial Intelligence Editor Madhumita Murgia, to discuss the potTimes’ effects of AI technology on women, including gender discrimination, legal uncertainties, and possible perils.

On the radio, Nuala will interview the world’s first ultra-realistic artist robot, Ai-Da. During the tworld’serview, we will hear about Ai-Da’s latest work of art and her opinions regarding humans’ apprAi-Da’sns towards artificial intelligence. Aidan Meller, the humans’ of Ai-Da, will also be present to explain why she is so unique and revolutionary.

What is the UK’s status regarding advances in Artificial Intelligence? The government’s just issued its ‘White Paper,’ outlining its plans for investment in the tech sector. Verity Hardin’ from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy will explain what this document contains and how it relates to future progress.

Sarah Kerruish, Chief Operating Officer at Kheiron Med, explains to us the impact that investments made in artificial intelligence can have on our lives. She shares with us about MIA, the AI system capable of recognizing 13% more breast cancers than radiologists.

Gina Neff, Executive Director of the Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy at Cambridge University, discussed AI’s potential danger to women’s jobs and how to create a more equitable environment using women’s workplaces. She touched on what must be done so women are not adversely impacted by its use.

Woman’s Hour has played an important role in raising awareness about the Woman’s relationship between AI and women. As we continue to navigate the evolving landscape of AI, it is imperative to prioritize gender equity, inclusivity, and fairness in developing and using AI technologies to ensure that they benefit all individuals, regardless of gender. By taking proactive steps to address gender biases in AI and promoting diversity in the AI industry, we can harness the full potential of AI to empower women and create a more equitable and inclusive future.

Source: BBC

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