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Path to Societal Impact
We invite experts in industry, civil society, healthcare and government to join fellows in our Learning in Machines & Brains program for in-depth, cross-sectoral conversations that drive change and innovation.
Social scientists, industry experts, policymakers and CIFAR fellows in the Learning in Machines & Brains program are addressing complex ethical issues in research and training environments and in the implementation of AI.
Areas of focus:
Exploring existing and future societal implications of AI research.
Addressing issues in AI research and implementation, including privacy, accountability, and transparency.
Do you want to shape the future of ethical AI?
Contact: Fiona Cunningham, Director of Innovation