Kick-off: AI and Politics 


location Newspeak House | 10:30 AM-5:30 PM Saturday 05 November 2016 (GMT)

Artifical intelligence and deep learning are both interesting topics no matter where you choose to apply them. Many have thought of the considerations of AI in education, music, security and automation, but not a lot of practical thought has been put into AI and politics. At AI + Politics, we’re aiming to build politically disruptive AI. Though what does this mean? This could mean anything from an AI politician to a deep learning algorithm that changes people’s political persuasions over time.

Some of the tools you may consider using at this hack are Tensorflow, Keras, Alchemy & OpenCog.

Come along and build something with AI that will advance the inevitable robot apocalypse.

Suggested reading:

How AI and Machine Learning will Affect Employment and Public Policy

How an AI Algorithm can Write Political Speeches

Should we be Excited or Terrified about AI Politicians

Should Politicians be Replaced with AI

Politics and the Tools for Artificial Intelligence

The Social Impact of Artificial Intelligence

Ethics of AI

Ethical Issues in Advanced Artificial Intelligence - Nick Bostrom, Oxford University

Data Analytics and Deep Learning put to use on the Clinton Campaign

Location

Newspeak House

133 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 7DG, UK

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