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EDI & AI @ Westminster

Join Us for a Transformative Discussion on Equality, Diversity, and AI!

  • Date: 13 March 2024
  • Time:  11.00 to 19.00
  • Location: 115 New Cavendish Street, University of Westminster

Embrace Diversity, Embrace Innovation!

You’re cordially invited to a thought-provoking dialogue on the intersection of Equality, Diversity, and Artificial Intelligence.

Explore with us:

  • The role of AI in shaping diversity and inclusion.
  • Strategies to mitigate bias and promote fairness in AI algorithms.
  • Opportunities for leveraging diversity to enhance AI innovation.

Engage in insightful discussions, share your perspectives, and collaborate towards a more inclusive AI future and contribute to the programme:

  1. EDI, AI and Creative Health.
  2. Creative AI
  3. Brokering: Presentation of project pitches by internal and external researchers 
  4. Showcasing: EDI&AI@Westminster: interactive sessions, Demonstrations, Posters, Videos, etc.
  5. Panel: EDI and creative AI

Don’t miss out on this enriching event; reserve the date and register on Eventbrite




13 March 2024 Cavendish Campus





Cavendish, 1.18 (Pavilion)

Registration, Refreshments


Cavendish, 1.18 (Pavilion)

Opening (AI@Westminster, Alex Bolotov). Welcome (Prof Peter Bonfield, UoW President and VC)


Cavendish, 1.18 (Pavilion)

Session 1. EDI, AI and Creative Health (Presentations, Theme discussions). Chair: Roza Tsagarousianou

Talks (11.30-12.30)

·         Why we urgently need less biased datasets for personalised medicine (Manuel Corpas)

·         Co-production, evidence based approach to AI development (Tom Nadarzynski)

·         EDI&AI in Digital Health Evidence Generation (Alex Bolotov)

·         Applying process mining techniques to discover patient pathways in mental health inpatient services. (Mihri Bahuleyan and Rolf Banzinger)

Discussion (12.30-13.00)


Cavendish, 1.15/1.16



Cavendish, 1.15/1.16

Session 2. EDI and creative AI. Chair: Alex Bolotov

13.45-14.15 Invited Talk. Creative AI (Prof Frederic Fol Leymarie, Goldsmiths, University of London)

14.15-15.00 PanelEDI & Creative AI”: Frederic Fol Leymarie, Graham Meikle, Nitasha Kaul, and Gregory Sporton

15.00 -16.15

Cavendish, 1.15/1.16

Session 3. Project Presentations, Pitches, Networking, Brokering. Chair: Tom Nadarzynski

15.00-15.40 Project Presentations and Pitches:

·         AI and Democracy (Nitasha Kaul)

·         AI for social good (Filippo Marchetti)

·         A digital life-cycle management framework for sustainable smart manufacturing in energy intensive industries (Malar Malarvizhi Kaniappan Chinnathai)

·         Using AI to support Computer Science education in data management and back-
end web development
(Francois Roupert)

 15.40-16.15  Posters, Networking, Brokering


16.15 -17.30

Cavendish, 1.15/1.16

Session 4. Showcasing: EDI&AI@Westminster (interactive sessions, Demonstrations, Posters, Videos). Chair: Tamas Kiss.

·         AI and serious games, immersive applications for sign language learning (Daphne Economou)

·         AI and Games (Markos Mentzelopoulos)

·         A Review of App Usage for Medical Diagnosis in Low-Income Settings (Farah Sinada)

·         TuringWise: accessible and inclusive collaborative web platform for the Turing Community (Rudra Patel)

·         Ontology for Digital Health (Natalia Yerashenia)


Cavendish, 1.15/1.16

AIReception: AI is full of surprises – reception aided by Creative AI (ChatGPT and other tools)

Programme Committee: Alexander Bolotov, Tamas Kiss, Roza 

Contact the organisersturing@westminster.ac.uk

We look forward to seeing you on the 13th March 2024

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