PAIR hosts an annual symposium bringing together researchers, artists, academics, policy makers, philosophers, technologists, social scientists and more to engage in discussion on topics related to making human-AI partnerships more productive, enjoyable and fair.
Boundary objects in participatory ML
November 18, 2020: Virtual Event #PAIR Symposium
A three-part series of talks and panels on boundary objects in participatory machine learning. Hosted from London, Boston and Seattle over the course of November 18, 2020. See event site for more information.
Participatory Machine Learning
2019: London, UK
Talks, panels and Q&As on removing barriers to machine learning and AI, with a focus on the intersection of policy, design and technology.
The UX of AI
2018: Zurich, Switzerland
Day-long series of talks and panels focused on UX of AI. Topics included model interpretability, augmented intelligence, inclusivity and human–AI collaboration.
The Human Side of AI
2017: Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA
PAIR’s inaugural symposium. Featured conversations with academics, researchers and artists exploring questions like: ‘How do humans and AI work together?’ and ‘How can AI benefit everyone?’.