The 'Woman Leading in AI' group launched its '10 Principles of AI' report in the House of Commons

The 'Women Leading in AI' group, co-founded by Dr Allison Gardner, launched its '10 Principles of AI' report in the House of Commons on the 6 February.

Invited panellists included Jo Stevens MP (DCMS Select Committee), who sponsored the event, Lord Clement Jones (Chair of the APPG on AI), Roger Taylor (Centre for Data Ethics), Sue Daly from TechUK, Reema Patel (Ada Lovelace Institute), Professor Joanna Bryson (Bath University) and Professor Noel Sharkey (Sheffield University).

The event was over-subscribed with leading women in AI, industry and civic society and the report was very well received. A key feature that gained particular traction was the issue of certification and a quality mark for AI. This is a topic thet are now exploring further and have further meetings arranged with Lord Clement Jones and MPs to see how we can start working on our proposals.

Noel Sharkey wrote an article in Forbes on the event and they have had a number of articles published in a range of tech publications. Noels article is here.