Claire chatted to Kate Devlin from King’s College London about the social and ethical implications of robotics and AI.
Kate Devlin is Reader in Artificial Intelligence & Society in the Department of Digital Humanities, King’s College London. She is an interdisciplinary computer scientist investigating how people interact with and react to technologies, both past and future. Kate is the author of Turned On: Science, Sex and Robots, which examines the ethical and social implications of technology and intimacy. She is Creative and Outreach lead for the UKRI Responsible Artificial Intelligence UK programme — an international research and innovation ecosystem for responsible AI.