Google appoints Oxford professor as a member of ATEAC

Google has appointed Luciano Floridi, Oxford Internet Institute’s Professor of Philosophy and Ethics of Information, as a member of their new Advanced Technology External Advisory Council (ATEAC), which will function to ensure the responsible development of artificial intelligence. Floridi has stated that he is “deeply engaged with emerging policy initiatives on the socio-ethical value and […]

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Oxford student allegedly expelled from University talk on female equality for bringing toddler

Ania Kordala, a student at Green Templeton, was allegedly asked to leave a talk on “Women and leadership – fighting for an equal world” for bringing her toddler. The talk was given by former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard at the Sheldonian Theatre on Tuesday 26 March. Gillard was the first female Australian prime minister […]

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OULC expresses solidarity with Labour’s Jewish affiliate

The Oxford University Labour Club has released a statement expressing dissatisfaction with the Labour Party’s decision to replace the provider of its antisemitism awareness training. The training was formerly provided by the Jewish Labour Movement. JLM has responded with criticism to reports that the Party have commissioned Birkbeck University to become the new provider of […]

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