WCIT issues new briefing paper on AI


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Meta hosts VR workshop

AI4C colleagues experience VR for good…


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Avoid, Mitigate, Do Differently. Charities Share Lessons Learnt

4 Charity Members to share their top 3 Lessons Learnt while developing their chatbots. Their pain could be your gain.


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National Ugly Mugs joins AI4C

We are delighted to announce that National Ugly Mugs (NUM) have joined AI4C. NUM is committed to ending violence against sex workers.


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The Business Case for AI – key event

Business Cases for AI. Are they different and how to get them right!
3 great speakers and a Readiness Litmus Test to boot.


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Unseen joins AI4C

Unseen is working towards a world without slavery focusing on three main areas: supporting, equipping and influencing.


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WECIL joins AI4C

WECIL is an award-winning user led organisation dedicated to supporting disabled people


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AI4C Chairman at the Home Office

Maxine Ricketts gave a well received talk to government policy makers and Home Office charity policy partners on AI in the Charity Sector.


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AI: legal event on ownership, obligations and liabilities

A key event on legal issues and bear traps.
Featuring two eminent speakers:
– Robert Marcus
– Dai Davis


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Back Up joins AI4C

Back Up inspires people with spinal chord injury to get the most out of life.


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Use cases of Automated Intelligence

Cancer Research UK shares its Machine Learning case study research
including links to case studies covering 10 target topics


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AI4C Chairman at Tri-Livery

Maxine Ricketts, AI4C Chairman, was a key speaker at the Tri-Livery Event The Power of AI to deliver Economic and Social Good.


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For Baby’s Sake joins AI4C

For Baby’s Sake empowers parents to break cycles of abuse, to transform the life-chances of whole families and move forward in positive change, starting with the baby. The baby is at the heart of everything they do.


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Bipolar UK joins AI4C

Bipolar UK’s mission is to empower everyone affected by bipolar to live well and fulfil their potential.


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AI4C – our new name

The new name for the WCIT AI/ML Learning Exchange for Charities was launched today.


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WCIT Donor Thank You

Louise Corden of the NSPCC and Brian Perfect from The Brain Tumour Charity spoke at the WCIT Donor Thank You Evening on what it’s like to be part of AI4C.


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Missing People and CALM news update

Jo Youle and Maria Kuzak talk to Maxine Ricketts about the challenges faced and met under Covid 19.
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Access Social Care joins AI4C

Access Social Care provides free legal advice to people with social care needs, helping them to achieve a better quality of life.


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Autistica UK joins AI4C

Autistica is the UK’s national autism research charity. It focuses on giving autistic people the opportunity to live long, happy, healthy lives by funding research and working with autistic people to understand their needs.


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AI security and security AI – key event

POSTPONED: A seminar by Professor Tim Watson on the security needed for AI and how AI can be used for security.


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Coronavirus and force majeure

A short piece on the commercial impact of delay due to Covid 19 and the role of force majeure clauses in contracts.


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Carers UK joins AI4C

The UK’s only national membership charity for carers. Carers UK is both a supportive community and a movement for change.


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AI and data – key event

A seminar by John Spindler, CEO of Idea London, on AI and data, plus a hands-on workshop using data analysis tools on real-time data.


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Asthma UK Joins

Asthma UK are working to prevent asthma attacks through expert advice and research. Until a cure is found they support people to “Live Well with Asthma”


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NSPCC Joins AI4C

The NSPCC is the leading children’s charity in the UK, specialising in child protection and dedicated to protecting children today to prevent abuse tomorrow.


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AI Debate Key Event

“There is no such thing as AI Ethics – just Ethics” Professor Richard Harvey (UEA University) and Chris Rees (BCS President)


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Mencap Join AI4C

Mencap is a UK charity for people with a learning disability and supporting their families and carers, too.


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Bleinheim/Humankind Join

Humankind create services to meet people’s complex health and social needs, helping them to build happier lives, reducing deprivation and exclusion and improving well-being.


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The Samaritans Join AI4C

We are delighted that the Samaritans whose mission is to “make sure there’s someone there for anyone who needs someone” have joined AI4C.


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Family Fund Join AI4C

We are delighted to welcome Family Fun to the AI4C family. Family Fund gives practical help to families with severely disabled and seriously ill children under the age of 18.


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