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Artificial Intelligence and Disinformation: Unmasking Digital Propaganda.



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Fri 22 September 2023
16:00-19:00 (GMT+3)
Time zone in Kyiv, Ukraine (GMT+3)

Leading experts from Ukraine and around the world explore together the role of artificial intelligence technologies in the spread of disinformation, to discuss the most pressing issues that have rocked the global community over the past year, including:

  • How does artificial intelligence work, and why does it generate disinformation?
  • How can we use well-known applications like ChatGPT, Bing, Bard, and Consensus intelligently?
  • What measures is the Ukrainian government taking to address the ethical implications of AI?
  • What insights and recommendations can we adopt from our international partners?

Guest speakers are Dr Paolo Cavaliere - Senior Lecturer in Digital Media and IT Law and Dr Rachael Craufurd-Smith - Reader in EU Law. 

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This event is organised by the Institute of Innovative Governance in Kyiv, Ukraine, and supported by a consortium of civil society organisations and research centres including the University of Edinburgh’s SCRIPT, Filter, DCN Global and Forum Apulum. This event is organized with financial support from the British Embassy in Kyiv and is part of the project "AI Awareness: A Guide for Content Creators to Identify and Combat Russian Propaganda in Emerging Technologies."