On 28th of October, an organization of the University of Westminster will hold an online CAMRI research seminar: Is AI good for the Planet?
Event's speaker Benedetta Brevini will talk about the effects of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on our planet. Benedetta Brevini asks us to think about AI differently and more materially than most of us thought in the past.
Situated in the School of Media and Communication, The Communication and Media Research Institute (CAMRI) is a world-leading centre in this field. It builds on a long tradition of media and communication research spanning five decades, since the university opened its first UK degree in media studies in 1975.
The University of Westminster consistently earns high rankings in media and communication research according to the Research Excellence Framework and the QS World University Rankings.
As a journalist, media activist, and assistant professor of communication at the University of Sydney, Bedetta Brevini will explain and help you understand how AI relies on large swaths of land and sea, huge arrays of technology, and data centers that require excessive amounts of energy.
Brevini argues, if we lose our environment, we lose our planet. So, we must understand and debate the environmental costs of AI.
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