November 24-26


Audrey Lobo-Pulo

Founding Director

Australia, Phoensight


Dr. Audrey Lobo-Pulo is the Founding Director of Phoensight, and is deeply interested in the interdependencies between society and emerging technologies. Much of her work is focused on how our interactions and relationships are evolving within our technological landscape and the impact this has on our relationships and in society. Audrey holds a PhD in Physics, a Masters in Economic Policy and is an accredited warm data lab host. She has over 10 years experience as a policy advisor and analyst working with the Australian Treasury in social policy, labour markets and demographics.


In the Shallow with AI

As AI technologies continue to integrate and transform our society and organisations, questions around how these augment with human intelligence continues to be of much interest. Many have recognised the need for ‘humans-in-the-loop’ in AI, but most of these efforts have focused on eliciting human interventions at various points in the machine learning process rather than leveraging human ingenuity.

In this session we’ll briefly look at:
* The role of objective and subjective data, and how these influence data-driven insights;
* ‘Trans-contextual’ information and the implications for AI; and
* How human ingenuity and adaptability can play an important role in mitigating the unintended and unwanted consequences of AI.

Session Keywords

🔑 AI
🔑 AI ethics
🔑 Human-in-the-loop
🔑 socio-technology

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