• 11th July 2019


    We live in a world increasingly ruled by technology, which now shapes and governs our lives seemingly as much as laws and regulations. But unlike laws and regulations, the influence of tech in our lives too often goes unchallenged by citizens and governments. We comfort ourselves with the old refrain that technology has no morals and is free of prejudice – only its users are fallible.

    But is this actually true? UCL’s Dr Robert Elliott Smith has 30 years’ experience designing and teaching Artificial Intelligence and his latest research indicates that, in today's world, this is dangerously not the case.

    Find out how modern scientific perspectives suggest an alternative direction, one which offers an opportunity, not just to ‘fix’ algorithmic prejudice, but to use algorithms to create a more progressive and unified technological world.

    We'll be at the gorgeous Devonshire Members' Club. 8am-9:30am, 11th July. Tickets are £20 and include breakfast and Robert's brilliant new book, Rage Inside the Machine.

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    Life: Getting The Maximum Experience for Your Time.

    23rd May 2019

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Beloved Talent

Salon Psyche Specific - Soho House Group

Tell Me . . .

  • Lloyd Bradley

    31st Oct 2013

    Lloyd Bradley

    Author, 100 Years of Black Music in the Capital

    Which record would you love to have made?

    P-Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up) – Parliament

    Your musical  unsung  hero or heroine?

    If I can say a group then Cymande or if not Digital Underground’s Humpty Hump

    Which song is guaranteed to make you dance?

    I Love Music – the O’Jays

    Has a DJ ever saved your life?

    I don’t think so, but deejaying has on a couple of occasions 

    What was the last song you listened to?

    Pass Out – Tinie Tempah