Automating Inequality? Unpacking the Role of AI in Housing



The advent of Artificial Intelligence (AI) brings unparalleled capabilities but also unprecedented ethical dilemmas, particularly in the housing sector. This roundtable delves into the complex relationship between AI and housing, focusing on how AI can enhance efficiency in housing processes while ensuring equity and fairness. Participants will discuss the balance between streamlining operations and preventing AI from unintentionally creating disparities. The session seeks to explore AI’s dual nature as both a tool for efficiency and a potential source of inequality, aiming to develop strategies for its conscientious use in the housing sector.

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Ben AungChief Risk Officer, Sage

Ben joined Sage Group as Global Chief Information Security Officer in 2018, after almost 20 years in the UK Government. Sage is the UK’s largest technology company and the world's leading provider of integrated accounting, payroll and payments systems to small and mid-sized businesses.

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Jo Sedley BurkeChair, WAY Widowed and Young

Jo's career started with a degree in housing from Bristol and she has qualified from Bristol. With more than 30 years of experience working in and with the Housing, Care and Charitable sectors, 18 years of which was within the Technology and Governance arena.

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Date: 16 October 2024

Time: 02:00PM – 04:00PM

Location: Central London

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