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AI: Ethics & Diversity Seminar Series with Professor Michael Huth

Talk Title
Diversity in the Age of Convergence Science and AI: A Personal Perspective

Convergence science refers to transdisciplinary integrations of scientific disciplines in addressing the world’s pressing problems, in advancing science, and in rethinking how we live, work, and innovate. Diversity – of perspective, education, culture, aspiration, talent, and more – and advances in AI are key enablers of convergence science. In this talk, Professor Huth will reflect on how he learned about and experienced diversity in his adult life and how he will help to enable diverse environments for convergence science and AI.

Michael Huth (PhD) is Co-Founder and Senior Researcher at the AI company Xayn and Head of the Department of Computing at Imperial. His research focuses on cybersecurity, cryptography, and security & privacy in machine learning. Xayn pioneers next-gen AI for organizations, for example, Noxtua – a legal co-pilot developed with the law firm CMS. Michael studied Mathematics at TU Darmstadt and received his PhD from Tulane University. He worked as a Post-Doc in the US, UK, and Germany before becoming an Assistant Professor at Kansas State University. He joined Imperial as a Senior Lecturer 23 years ago. In October 2024, Michael will become Founding President of the UTN – a university for the age of AI and the future of education, research, innovation, and work.


This talk has been organised in coordination with the I-X Women in AI (IX-WAI) Network.

Time: 14.00 – 15.00
Date: Thursday 23 May
Location: Hybrid Event | I-X Conference Room, Level 5
Translation and Innovation Hub (I-HUB)
Imperial White City Campus
84 Wood Lane
W12 0BZ

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