Home |  Contact UsSitemap



Climate Change II

Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of Climate Change


Climate Change: Securing Africa’s Future
Climate Change: Securing Africa's Future was jointly hosted by ACET and AUDA-NEPAD as a platform to discuss the outcomes of COP26 for Africa. The event drew on perspectives on resilience, responsibility, accountability, and the gendered impacts of climate to assess where we are in dealing with the climate challenge in Africa.


COP27 | The Future of Climate Technologies in Africa
The goal of the panel is to get insights from leading decision makers regarding policy, financing, and real sector innovations.


Can Africa adapt to future impacts of climate change?
This seminar shares findings from a new ISS report projecting vulnerability to climate change and adaptive capacity in Africa to 2063.


Building climate change resilience in Africa - the story of Future Climate for Africa
Future Climate For Africa, or FCFA, is a research and development programme that has been enhancing scientific knowledge and prediction of African climate for the past 5 years.


What Does Africa's Energy Future Look Like Amid Climate Change?
As the world scrambles for energy, many African countries are harnessing their oil and gas reserves: The Democratic Republic of Congo is auctioning off land rights in rainforests and peatlands, while Nigeria, Niger and Algeria are planning to pipe gas to Europe. Are there alternative ways for African countries to fund development and achieve economic justice besides tapping fossil fuel reserves? What solutions exist and what responsibility does the rest of the world have to help realize them?


Africa's Great Carbon Valley -- and How to End Energy Poverty | James Irungu Mwangi | TED
Our lives depend on curbing climate change, but so many priorities seem to be in competition. What's the most urgent thing humanity can do right now? Social entrepreneur James Irungu Mwangi tells us why Africa could be the ideal home for scaling the latest and most ambitious climate technologies -- including in places like Kenya's Hell's Gate National Park, which could become part of what he calls the "Great Carbon Valley."


Climate Change: What Will Our Lives Look Like in 2050?
Climate disasters, health crisis or even food shortages, the future looks bleak for the planet. Find out what our future could look like if the world population does not change its behavior and consumption patterns.


A Futurist's View on Climate Change | Paul Saffo | TEDxMarinSalon
Paul discusses the competing perspectives in the climate debate and what it may take to solve this Crisis. Paul Saffo is a Silicon Valley-based forecaster exploring long-term technology trends and their impact on society.


TRANSPORTATION and CLIMATE CHANGE with Nikolas Badminton, Futurist Speaker
Futurist Speaker and #1 bestselling author Nikolas Badminton joins Jeff Sammut at SIRIUSXM's Canada NOW to talk about how climate change is affecting baseball and other sports.


Mark Stevenson, Author and Futurist: Reversing Climate Change
If you want to sell voluntary measures to offset carbon emissions, tell a compelling story. Data is less persuasive than the narrative of a village lifted out of poverty. What else is facilitating the cultural shift toward doing the right thing? The market itself. As network-based systems begin to outperform hierarchical ones, companies are realizing the long-term benefit and profit-potential of carbon neutrality.


Futurist, Sustainability, Climate Change - Ben Heard - Our energy responsibilities
Futurist, Sustainability, Climate Change - Ben Heard - Our energy responsibilities


Climate change: What will life be like in 2050?
We asked experts to predict what life will be like in 2050.


Climate-Centered Futures Thinking with Higher Ed Futurist Bryan Alexander
Bryan Alexander is an award –winning, internationally known futurist, researcher, writer, speaker, consultant, and teacher, working in the field of higher education’s future. He's the author of the recent book Universities On Fire: Higher Education in Climate Crisis which forms the foundation of this episode.


IFTF Foresight Talks: Using Foresight to Stress Test Climate Policy, with Dr. Trish Lavery, OECD
Learn about the toolkit Dr. Lavery is developing to stress test the OECD countries’ national climate strategies to arrive at net zero emissions. She’ll also share her experiences using foresight to identify potential disruptions from various geopolitical forces, why she thinks foresight is a great tool for breaking down the bureaucratic silos found in large organizations, and much more.


Future Climate Scenarios - A dialogue with international policymakers
Future Climate Scenarios - A dialogue with international policymakers


Insurance 2040: Rethinking risk in the age of climate change
When change happens, it can happen fast. One of the lessons of the Covid-19 crisis is the importance of identifying the risks and opportunities ahead of us. Faced with accelerated climate warming and declining biodiversity, the environment is probably one of the biggest challenges facing society over the next decades. In a live webinar organized by the AXA Foresight Team, a panel of strategic foresight specialists, climate expert and practitioner discussed the long-term transformations likely to occur, possible pathways to 2040, and the role the insurance industry can play to anticipate and adapt to these changes.


Climate Change: The World in 2050
Here is what the world might look like in 2050, according to recent predictions.


Climate change and conflict: prevention, foresight, resilience and adaptation of populations at risk
Climate change and conflict: prevention, foresight, resilience and adaptation of populations at risk


Predicting future challenges: Creating a foresight methodology for climate change adaptation
Foresight has become an important tool for identifying potential future challenges. It involves gathering together myriad lines of evidence to characterise unknowables and address long-term, strategic issues. To that end, Historic England (formerly English Heritage) are working to develop an holistic methodology to assess possible future stresses upon the historic environment. This approach involves the spatial and quantitative analysis of data drawn from varied UK environmental, land use, infrastructure, climate projections and other sources. The combination and interrogation of these data will allow us to identify places at possible risk in the medium to long term. We have two aims. First, to improve our ability to assess the likely location and scale of future threats to the historic environment. Second, to generate robust information that allows us to begin talking about the adaptation measures required to improve protection where that is possible, and to develop alternative strategies where it is not.


IFTF Foresight Talk: How to Forecast Environmental Change without Being an Environmental Scientist
How do you comprehend the future of climate change at a planetary scale? Join IFTF Distinguished Fellow Mike Liebhold to learn how he uses combinatorial forecasting and systems thinking to track changing ecosystems, behavioral systems, and core technologies such as green computing and climate modeling. Drawing on his decades of experience, Mike will walk us through the current planetary crises he’s tracking and share a few concrete methods for tracking them.


NASA ARSET: Climate Change Future Scenarios, Impact Projection, and Adaptation, Part 2/2
Introduction to NASA Resources for Climate Change Applications


Also see: Climate Action Videophile

Also see: Climate Change Videophile


Share a Video

Last Updated on Thursday, 31 August 2023 11:57

Hits: 1978


Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of Farming


Africa Matters: Africa's Farming Future
This week, we go to Kenya, Zambia and Malawi and explore the challenges, innovations and future of farming in Africa. The World Bank says agriculture remains the backbone of Africa's economy with about 70 percent of 1.5 billion people working in the sector. It also accounts for roughly a third of the continent's GDP. But millions of Africans still face hunger and starvation, and it's made worse by the climate crisis, conflicts, rising food prices and disruptions to global supplies.


Future of Africa's Agriculture
Heifer International's report, "The Future of Africa's Agriculture: An Assessment of the Role of Youth and Technology," reveals the urgency of new investments to stimulate access to financing and technology innovation as a means to rejuvenating Africa's food systems and develop economic opportunities.


Why the Future of Farming is Not Farming | Usman Lawan | TEDxMaitama
The "Chief Farmer-In-Suit" as he is called opens his talk by debunking some of the most strongly held myths and practices about the food production industry in Nigeria. He also highlights alternative methods that could be used instead. Usman is the founder of an eco-friendly farm that focuses on using sustainable farming techniques in its processes. He is also a Mandela Washington Fellow, a Tony Elumelu Entrepreneur and is interested in managing food security challenges in Nigeria & Africa.


Agriculture in the next century - Africa | John Dumelo | TEDxOsu
How to grow Agriculture in the next century in Africa to feed the world. John Dumelo is a Ghanaian actor and farmer. He was nominated for categories Most Promising Actor and Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the 6th and 7th Africa Movie Academy Awards respectively.


Food, foresight and the future of farming | Dave Hughes (Syngenta) | SCItalk
Many commentators are currently suggesting that our current food system is broken, and nothing short of a global farming revolution will be required to sustainably feed the world over the next 20-30 years. The talk takes a critical look at agriculture as it is today, how it has evolved over the past century and the impact that new technologies have had. It will then extrapolate into the future, critically examining some of the revolutions that are being proposed, and thinking about what new technologies might impact the way we produce our food, and indeed the food itself, in the decades ahead.


Farming in 2050 - The Future of Agriculture
These predictions come from experts who study food and farming trends. Here’s a look at what they think life on the farm will look like in 33 years.


The Future of Farming
Technology is revolutionizing farming. That's great news—by the year 2050 Earth's population will be 10 billion, so we need to almost double the amount of food we now produce.


The Futuristic Farms That Will Feed the World
The Futuristic Farms That Will Feed the World


Foresight to support Sustainable Food Systems Transformation through Agroecology
Foresight to support Sustainable Food Systems Transformation through Agroecology


Foresight and Future Scenarios for Food Systems Transformation
What if we had the foresight to better assess future risks to our food systems and a clearer understanding of opportunities for change? Foresight is a key tool that can be used exactly for this purpose; to engage stakeholders in exploring alternative futures for our food systems, and for enhancing capabilities to respond and adapt.


When food becomes scarce – high-tech farms of the future
Agriculture will have to change drastically in the future if it is to meet global demand. Food production will become increasingly difficult in the face of growing challenges like rapid population growth, climate change and soil exhaustion.


Drones, robots, and super sperm – the future of farming
The future of farming: Driverless tractors, drones and robots. How is the agriculture industry changing as digital technology develops?


20 Futuristic Agriculture Machines That are Next Level
The video serves as an excellent overview of the latest advancements in agriculture machines and how they are shaping the future of farming.


The Future of Farming
In this panel discussion, I host Emily Rigby, Ton Habraken, Nial Blair and Paul Gauthier to discuss the future of farming. We explore the role of AI in agriculture, the potential of protected cropping, the challenges of labour in the industry and the latest technologies that are transforming farming.


What the Future: Farming
Listen in as we explore the future of farming and what it means for a wide range of products, services and the sectors that produce them, from tech to restaurants and CPG to auto and air travel.


The Future of Farming
Advances in farming have let us feed billions. The future of agriculture offers many more innovations in robotics, hydroponics, aquaponics, aeroponics, greenhouses, and more... but will it be a future of mega-farms or small farms?


TEDxHilo - Josiah Hunt - Biochar and the Future of Farming
Josiah Hunt has worked extensively with biochar for several years now. A young farmer and agriculturalist, he has been researching the topic, educating on the topic and created a business focused on the production and distribution of biochar. While biochar is multi-faceted involving waste management, energy production, climate change mitigation and agriculture, biochar in agriculture has been the focus of his work.


Building the World's Largest Vertical Farm for the Future | Craig Ratajczyk | TEDxBoston
In a world plagued by droughts, heat waves, fertilizer shortages and other environmental and supply chain challenges, it’s becoming more and more difficult to rely on traditional agriculture to meet the needs of the current — and growing — global population. But it’s not all doom and gloom — enter, vertical farming. Craig Ratajczyk, CEO of Crop One, a technology-driven indoor vertical farming company, will discuss the advantages of controlled environment agriculture (CEA) and why vertical farming is the future of food.


Also see: Agriculture Videophile

Also see: Agriculture II Videophile


Share a Video

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 August 2023 13:26

Hits: 532


Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of Politics and Elections


The Future of Democracy in South Africa and the Region
Africa Program hosted a discussion of recent events in South African politics and their implications for the future of democracy in the country and the region. The speakers were Paul Graham, executive director of the Institute for a Democratic Alternative in South Africa (IDASA) and Judith February, leader of the political information and monitoring services also at IDASA. Princeton Lyman, Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations and Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University, served as moderator.


Future Politics | Jamie Susskind | Talks at Google
Jamie Susskind is a practicing barrister and author, and former fellow of Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society. He writes about the effects of technology on politics, looking at how AI and machine learning, the internet of things, robotics, blockchain, and virtual reality will change the way we live together. In this talk he discusses the subject of his new book, "Future Politics: Living Together in a World Transformed by Tech": How far should our lives be directed and controlled by powerful digital systems - and on what terms?


The Future of Democracy Around the World
The Future of Democracy Around the World


Democracy & Elections | Peace, Trade & Youth: Investing in the Future of US-Africa Cooperation.
The risk to the prospects of democracy is high across Africa. With military-overthrows and unconstitutional claims to power, our panelist explores the ways in which US-Africa investment can better support democracy and the role youth actors play in its development.


Webinar: Trends of Elections and Democratic Consolidation in Africa
Several African countries have just completed successful electioneering processes this year, while others are yet to head to the polls. The dynamics of elections on the continent are fast changing, with many countries demonstrating the requisite political maturity for democratic consolidation.


The Future of Development: Politics, Representation, and Development
In the fifth installment of the Future of Development series, which brings together experts to discuss the big questions facing developing countries over the next decade, Leonard Wantchekon and Sarah Khan took on the role of politics in development (and vice versa), exploring how political distortions impact the economy and how economic change affects politics.


The future of politics
Traditional political parties are beset by a host of challenges to their dominance, while new technology provides the promise of new means for citizens to get involved in politics. When these trends collide, what does it mean for the future of parties and the future of political participation?


The future of liberalism
Governance Studies at Brookings and the Project on Constitutional Originalism and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition at Catholic University will host Robert P. George and William A. Galston, thinkers with differing intellectual and political orientations, to discuss the prospects for the long-term viability of pluralist liberal societies.


How will government and politics be transformed by technology?
The Institute for Government was delighted to welcome Jamie Susskind to discuss his new book Future Politics: Living together in a World Transformed by Tech.


The Future of Politics in an Evolving Information Ecosystem
Join Hudson Institute Senior Fellow Peter Rough and experts Roshan Patel, Josh Holmes, and Jon Lerner for a discussion on the media and political landscape confronting policy organizations, corporations, and issue campaigns in the 2020s.


What Will Be the Demands on and Future Objectives of Government?
Change is inevitable. The actions which governments do or do not take in the immediate, near and medium term will impact on the future of people and the planet. Prior to the pandemic, many governments already faced multiple challenges in managing their economies and delivering services. What will be the demands on and future objectives of government? The Future of Government Disruptive Debates will provide influential global leaders and thinkers a platform from which to share their contrasting views and ideas on how governments might seize the opportunity from crisis to take pathways towards achieving greener, more resilient and more inclusive development outcomes in the future.


Technology and the Future of Democracy
Panelists discuss if social media and other technological developments are empowering or undermining democratic government.


Also see: Governments Videophile


Share a Video

Last Updated on Thursday, 01 June 2023 08:33

Hits: 484

Banking II

Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of Banking II


Future of Banking: Megatrends Reshaping Banking in Africa
The rapid digitisation of the financial sector has forced banks to reconsider preferred practices and customer interaction. In CNBC Africa’s first Future of Banking Virtual Conference, we examine the trends that are shaping the banking sector and its relationship with fintech platforms. To help navigate this fast-changing landscape, we bring together industry leaders to discuss the ‘Megatrends Reshaping Banking in Africa’.


Future of African Banking: Building a digital-first Bank
Part of its Future of African Banking series, the "Building a Digital-First Bank" will present attendees an insightful conversation hosted by African Banker's Group Publisher Omar Ben Yedder with Terence Sibiya, Group Managing Executive of Nedbank, and Jouk Pleiter, CEO of Backbase.


The future of finance and banking systems in Africa beyond Covid-19
This webinar convenes finance experts and sector stakeholders to discuss the post-Covid trade-offs between financial stability and economic renewal for African countries and what specific FSD policies, and regulation are important to address the fall out and ensure stability after the pandemic.


The Future Of Banking in 2023 | Mike Walsh | Futurist Keynote Speaker
What will be the future of banking and finance in 2023 and beyond? in this interview with Jim Marous on the Banking Transformed podcast, Mike Walsh discusses the long term impacts of the pandemic and why successful firms will be those that can leverage data, algorithms, and human talent to both sidestep industry boundaries and creatively meet customer expanding expectations.


Banking 2040 – a look ahead
Customer behaviour, technical innovation and new financial tools are changing banking rapidly. What will banking look like in 2040? Will banks be fully virtual? Will customers go completely digital? Will investors reward only the global and agile? How will supervisors and regulators adapt to the changes?


Fintech and the Future of Finance: Market and Policy Implications
The financial services industry is undergoing a profound transformation: rapid technological innovation is ushering in a new era of rapid changes to financial products, business models, markets, and even money. How can the industry and policymakers foster responsible innovation to improve financial inclusion and efficiency, while mitigating new risks?


The Future of Retail Banking in South Africa
Discovery Bank and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) captured consumer, business, and global expert views on how they view the future of banking in its latest report: The Future of Retail Banking in South Africa. You are invited to be the first to get an insider view of their findings and, based on this, what lies ahead for retail banking in South Africa.


The Future of Banking: 2030
A lot can happen in a decade. Travel to 2030 to see what the future of retail banking holds for the everyday consumer. Will physical banking become a thing of the past, and how will technology have made services even easier and safer to access?


Banking in 2030: A look back from the future
Chris Skinner, digital banking expert, influential commentator and respected author, discusses what the next decade could bring, and he'll challenge your thinking on what banking might look like.


Banks, Wallets and the Future of Payments
Mobile wallets are among the key modes of digital payment that saw a surge in adoption. According to the GSMA Mobile Money State of the Industry Report 2022, the mobile money industry processed over USD1 trillion worth of transactions in 2021, a whopping 31% year-on-year increase compared to 2020.


Beyond Disruption: The Future of Fintech
The presentation explored the application of emerging technologies such as Web 3.0, Extended Reality, Metaverse, Decentralised Autonomous Organisations etc to the world of Fintech and Financial Services.


Banking and Fintech: The Future is Now
Banking and Fintech: The Future is Now


Bank 4.0 and the Future of Financial Services
It is not enough to just import technologies like AI, blockchain or smartphones into existing financial services, says futurist and fintech entrepreneur Brett King. To stay in business, banks need to rethink the role their business plays in their customers’ lives. King paints a vivid picture of how Jack Ma, robo advice and quantum computing will shape the Bank 4.0.


How FinTech is Shaping the Future of Banking | Henri Arslanian | TEDxWanChai
While FinTech is revolutionizing the banking industry and giving millions of people access to financial services for the first time, new banking models are emerging with FinTech start-ups and tech firms potentially disrupting the status quo. But business schools and universities are not preparing future bankers for these changes, says FinTech thought leader Henri Arslanian. How can designers, programmers and creative thinkers help?


The Past, Present And Future Of Banking, Finance And Technology
The Past, Present And Future Of Banking, Finance And Technology


Blockchain and banking: the future of financial services
Blockchain is paving the way for the evolution of financial services. Hear from the most innovative thinkers in finance as they discuss infrastructure, custody and digital asset banking.


What might future banking ecosystems look like?
Will banks exist in 100 years? What impact will cryptocurrency have on the industry? Will we ever see a Central Bank Digital Currency? For the final episode of Decoding: Banks, we look to the future.


The Future of Banking, Money, and Payments with @standardchartered by @FanaticalFuturist
The Future of Banking, Money, and Payments with @standardchartered by @FanaticalFuturist


Also see: Banking Videophile


Share a Video

Last Updated on Monday, 03 July 2023 15:06

Hits: 473

AI Ethics

Our selection of videos on this month's theme: Future of AI Ethics


Artificial Intelligence and the African Philosophy of Ubuntu (AI Ethics: Global Perspectives)
In this module, Dorine explores the implications of Ubuntu philosophy on AI ethics. She begins with an overview of Ubuntu, explaining its central idea of “I am because we are”. Dorine then looks at the COMEST principles, which informed the 2021 UNESCO Recommendation on the Ethics of AI, drawing comparisons between the Western or Global North’s approach to principles with that of the Ubuntu philosophy. Through this exercise, she makes the case for a more inclusive approach to AI ethics and raises key questions to guide future discourse in this space.


AI To The Future: Why African Leaders Matter
“AI to the Future: Why African Leaders Matter” will explore how Africans on the continent and in the Diaspora are contributing to the field and building a pipeline of talent of people of African descent. The conversation will also discuss how these leaders are addressing the political and ethical intersections of justice and technology as well as taking action on the inherent bias of artificial intelligence and its ramifications on our past, present, and future.


African Women in AI; Encoded Biases and Future Imaginaries
This event brought together various stakeholders from the AI community (Including guest speakers Maha Jouini - Founder of the African Center for Artificial Intelligence and Digital Technology and Dr. Kutoma Wakunuma - Associate Professor at De Montfort University) who shared their experiences and suggestions on how to overcome gender biases in AI and beyond, especially in the African context.


Afro-/African-Futurisms - African Narratives of AI Workshop 3
Afro-/African-Futurisms - African Narratives of AI Workshop 3


Ethics and the Future of AI
Ethics and the Future of AI - in conversation with Eric Schmidt, Carina Prunkl and James Manyika. Chaired by John Tasioulas, Director for the Institute for Ethics and AI, and Professor of Ethics and Legal Philosophy, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.


Africa, Artificial Intelligence, & Ethics
Artificial intelligence is impacting and will impact Africa as profoundly as any continent on Earth. While some African nations struggle with limited access to the Internet, others are leaping into the digital economy with Smart Cities. Access for all, digital literacy, and capacity-building remain as challenges. Meanwhile, leading tech companies offer African nations digital infrastructure in return for ransoming off their data. Concern has also been voiced that African employment could be devastated over the long-term by the automation of jobs. How through AI and ethics can prospects for all of Africa be improved?


GDF Think Tank 05: AI Ethics & Healthcare in Africa
In this episode of the GDF Think Tank, "AI Ethics & Healthcare in Africa" we discuss the challenges and opportunities of developing AI for healthcare on the African continent.


#Futurehospitals: AI and the ethics of care in Africa
How will algorithms be coded into Africa’s care infrastructure? What kinds of hospital will we need and what will they look like? In this introductory workshop, we begin reflections on Artificial Intelligence and the possible future of hospitals in Africa.


The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Africa - Prof. Musa Aibinu
The Future of Artificial Intelligence in Africa - Prof. Musa Aibinu


Are We Ready for Artificial Ethics? AI and the Future of Ethical Decision Making
Are We Ready for Artificial Ethics? AI and the Future of Ethical Decision Making


Simon Greenman: Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, The Future of AI
Simon Greenman is a technology innovator. He is partner at AI management and governance consultancy Best Practice AI. He sits on the World Economic Forum’s Global AI Council. He co-founded the early internet brand and AI company MapQuest.com.


The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Language, Ethics, Technology - Emily M Bender
This is the inaugural workshop of Giving Voice to Digital Democracies: The Social Impact of Artificially Intelligent Communications Technology, a research project which is part of the Centre for the Humanities and Social Change, Cambridge and funded by the Humanities and Social Change International Foundation.


How ethics will change the future of technology | Olivia Gambelin | TEDxPatras
Olivia Gambelin explains that it is time to pursue good technology through a new form of AI innovation that focuses on human well-being and values. Olivia is an AI Ethicist who specializes in the practical application of ethics to technological innovation and the founder of Ethical Intelligence.


An ethical future with AI | Sudhir Tiku | TEDxUWCSEAEast
Go on a journey that showcases the advantages and challenges that will arise with the development of AI. Through Sudhir´s talk, you will find out what you can do now for an ethical future with AI.


The Future of AI | Peter Graf | TEDxSonomaCounty
Today AI is everywhere. Futurist and technologist, Peter Graf, has been working in the field of artificial intelligence for over 30 years. Here, Peter shares a deeply insightful view of the incredible benefits that AI has regarding the potential to deliver, as well as the big question on everybody’s mind…”should we be afraid”?


An Interdisciplinary Conversation to Reimagine the Future of AI Ethics
The future of AI ethics is not a linear conversation that pertains to a single field. Rather the future towards ethical AI requires interdisciplinary and intersectional conversations with a variety of stakeholders from civil society to human rights advocates. The panel will be exploring the role of AI ethics in a variety of fields, tying it back to the impact AI and AI ethics has on civil society and specific communities.


Mad Scientist Disruption & the FOE - Ethics & the Future of AI Innovation Panel Dr Fleischmann
Panel discussion moderated by Dr. Fleischmann, with Dr. Bailey, Dr. Gurari, and Dr. Lease


Future Ethics
Technology was never neutral: its social, political, and ethical impacts have recently become painfully clear. The stakes are only going to get higher as connected cameras watch the city, algorithms take over society’s most important decisions, and transport, jobs, and even warfare become automated. The tech industry needs to earn the trust these technologies demand.


The future of AI and ethics: Are we moving to an augmented human enterprise?
This panel is part of the 2019 IPR Symposium, ‘This is tomorrow’, which took place on 12 September 2019. Panel members include: Reema Patel (The Nuffield Foundation); Professor Susan Halford (University of Bristol); and Sarah Hunter (Google X). Chaired by Dr Rachid Hourizi (University of Bath).


Prototyping AI ethics futures: Ethics in practice
Discussions about commercial AI and data ethics unavoidably run into the challenge of aligning ethical principles with the dictates of the market. Some have even questioned whether such an alignment is possible at all. This conversation will reflect on the roles and responsibilities of actors such as universities, startup accelerators, and companies large and small in shaping AI and data ethics in practice. What are pivotal moments in the development of a technology where ethically relevant choices can lead to different outcomes? How can future impacts be anticipated and assessed from an ethical perspective?


Future of AI I Marek Rosa I Ethics of AI I SingularityU Czech Summit 2018 | Singularity University
Marek Rosa is a Slovak game programmer and entrepreneur. He is the CEO/CTO at GoodAI, a general artificial intelligence R&D company, and the CEO at Keen Software House, an independent game development studio best known for their best-seller Space Engineers (2mil+ copies sold). Marek has been interested in artificial intelligence since childhood. He started his career as a programmer but later transitioned to a leadership role.


Seeing the unseen - AI, ethics and the future
Seeing the unseen - AI, ethics and the future


AI, ethics and the future - DFA talk special edition
In this special edition episode with Data Science Festival we're hosting a panel discussing: what is ethics? Designing for Responsible AI, ethics as innovation and competitive advantage, ghost work, fairer AI, language as a human computer interface, cleaning up the web, technologies that shouldn’t be deployed and much more.


AI Ethics: Latest challenges and future prospects
AI Ethics: Latest challenges and future prospects


Digital ethics and the future of humans in a connected world | Gerd Leonhard | TEDxBrussels
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Digital ethics and the future of humans in a connected world.


Also see: Artificial Intelligence Videophile


Share a Video

Last Updated on Thursday, 20 April 2023 09:21

Hits: 318


new-sampnode-logo rockefeller-logo-footer-new

Foresight For Development - Funding for this uniquely African foresight site was generously provided by Rockefeller Foundation. Email Us | Creative Commons Deed | Terms of Conditions