Andrew Katz to speak at The Institute for Ethical AI event
Our Joint Managing Partner and Head of Technology, Andrew Katz will speak at The Institute for Ethical AI event – AI and Data Analytics: Responsible Adoption in Disruptive Markets, taking place at Oxford Brookes University on Thursday 2nd December, 6-8pm.
The event, which will also be live streamed, will focus on AI and data analytics in technology, law, education and will concentrate on companies’ experiences trying to introduce AI or digital products into a market in a manner that should disrupt the market.
An audience of 50 people are expected to attend, including attendees from tech companies, law, HR, education, students and AI enthusiasts with the opportunity for those businesses, entrepreneurs and innovators to learn how they can benefit from artificial intelligence, share knowledge and network.
Alongside Andrew Katz, other speakers include: Adrian Boruz – Global CoE Product Manager at Vodafone, Nigel Crook – Associate Dean Research and Knowledge Exchange, Director of the Institute for Ethical AI at Oxford Brookes University, Arijit Mitra – Managing Director at Apurba Ltd. Head Of Innovation, Institute for Ethical A.I. Oxford Brookes University, Samia Kamal – Principal Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University.
Moorcrofts project with the Institute for Ethical AI
For the past two years, Moorcrofts in partnership with Oxford Brookes University has been managing a project to develop legal contract management software, after successfully securing a six-figure grant from Innovate UK and Research England. The primary purpose of the application, now called ContrAI, is to make the contracting process more efficient with the aim to help legal teams and organisations spend more time doing what they have been trained (and want) to do, and less time doing frustrating administrative or non-legal tasks. ContrAI offers contract management and analysis. It is a collaborative editor that allows contracts to be quickly drafted and negotiated, and ingest to bring in existing contracts – all underpinned by artificial intelligence to review contracts and mine them for information.
About Andrew Katz
At Moorcrofts, Andrew advises individuals, corporations, foundations and public sector organisations on the law concerning free and Open Source software, Open Hardware and Open Content. He sits on the core drafting team of the CERN Open Hardware Licence. He is also CEO of Orcro Limited, an open source compliance consultancy and partner of the Linux Foundation’s OpenChain Project. He led the Open Hardware section of the European Commission’s recently published report on Open Source Software and Hardware in the European Union.
Room 203 (JHB), John Henry Building, Headington Campus, Oxford Brookes University.
Please enter through the university’s main entrance and directions at the reception will be there to guide you.
Parking is free after 4:30pm in some areas on the campus, including the Gipsy Lane car park.
Health and Safety
Please bring a face mask.
Details about watching the event’s live stream will be available closer to the event.
To find out more and register your place visit the Eventbrite booking form.