Free course on ethical AI for creative industries

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Learn to integrate ethical principles into your AI systems design

As part of the Innovate UK BridgeAI programme, the Alan Turing Institute is hosting a series of free virtual courses that will look at relating the concepts of ethical artificial intelligence (AI) principles into the systems design process.

The first course is open to applications from small and medium businesses in the creative industries only.

Dates and course details

The 'Operationalising ethics in AI in creative industries' live training course will consist of two sessions taking place online on:

  • Thursday 7 December 2023 (10am - 1pm)
  • Thursday 14 December 2023 (10am - 1pm)

Participants will engage with real-world case studies and provocative thought experiments to challenge and stimulate understanding of ethical considerations in AI. The learning experience will provide ample opportunities for discussion with experts and peers about how these concepts apply in the creative industries sector.

Who can apply?

The course is open to creative industries SMEs. Participants should be currently developing or using AI solutions, or looking to employ them in their organisation.

No prerequisite skills are required; however, it would be useful to have an interest in or a basic understanding of AI and the existing regulatory landscape.

Apply now for a place on the course.

Registration is open until 11:30pm on 3 December 2023.

Spaces are limited, and eligible applications will processed on a first come, first served basis. If all the spaces are full, email to be added to the waiting list.

There will be further courses in 2024 relating to other BridgeAI priority sectors. If you would like to receive a notification when applications open for the construction, agriculture or transport sectors, register your interest here.

First published 17 November 2023