Artificial Intelligence APPG

First Registered: 29/03/2017 • Last updated on: 25/08/2021

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To address the economic, social and ethical implications of developing and implementing Artificial Intelligence (including machine learning, natural language understanding, automated reasoning, autonomous systems etc).

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Recent Documents related to Artificial Intelligence

1. How the Ministry of Justice used AI to compare prison reports
26/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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2. Using data from electricity meters to predict energy consumption
10/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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3. Using natural language processing to structure market research
10/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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Found: Government Digital Service and Office for Artificial Intelligence This guidance is part of

4. How a signalling company used AI to help trains run on time
10/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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Found: Government Digital Service and Office for Artificial Intelligence This guidance is part of

5. Natural language processing for Land Registry documentation in Sweden
10/06/2019 - Office for Artificial Intelligence
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Latest Documents
Recent Speeches related to Artificial Intelligence

1. Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
05/09/2019 - Westminster Hall

1: involvement of patients in the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.It is a pleasure to - Speech Link

2. Algorithms: Public Sector Decision-making
12/02/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: principles and the guidelines for using artificial intelligence in the public sector, the Nolan principles - Speech Link
2: of serving on the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence which he so elegantly and eloquently chaired - Speech Link
3: you exclude them. An algorithm—this sort of artificial learning—does not have that input and will potentially - Speech Link

3. Artificial Intelligence (Select Committee Report)
19/11/2018 - Lords Chamber

1: the Report from the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence AI in the UK: ready, willing and able? - Speech Link
2: privilege to chair the Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence. I thank members of the committee who engaged - Speech Link
3: summer vacation to “solve the issue of artificial intelligence”. I am not sure whether they are still - Speech Link

4. Automatic Computer-based Decisions: Legal Status
10/03/2021 - Westminster Hall

1: interests. I am the chair of the Institute of Artificial Intelligence, which brings together legislators from - Speech Link
2: ability for computers to amend algorithms—artificial intelligence—become more commonplace. Let me run through - Speech Link

5. Covid-19: Artificial Intelligence
09/09/2020 - Lords Chamber

1: Obviously, your Lordships’ Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence has been very influential already in our - Speech Link
2: Administrations in relation to using innovation and artificial intelligence, particularly in the whole area of Covid-19 - Speech Link

Latest Speeches
Recent Questions related to Artificial Intelligence
1. Artificial Intelligence
asked by: Andrew Griffith
04/12/2020
... what steps he is taking to support the artificial intelligence industry.

2. Artificial Intelligence
asked by: Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi
18/06/2021
... (b) regulation and (c) safe adoption of artificial intelligence.

3. Artificial Intelligence
asked by: Bambos Charalambous
02/03/2020
... what plans her Department has to ensure (a) lines of accountability and (b) attributable liability for mistakes of artificial intelligence services.

4. Artificial Intelligence
asked by: Lord Taylor of Warwick
13/02/2020
... to introduce an artificial intelligence ethical regulatory framework after the UK leaves the EU.

5. Artificial Intelligence
asked by: Jack Lopresti
09/09/2019
... what discussions his Department has had with (a) academia and (b) industry on the (i) implications of and (ii) opportunities for the economy of artificial intelligence.

Latest Questions
14 Current APPG Officers
Justin Madders Portrait
Justin Madders
Vice-Chair
Labour - Ellesmere Port and Neston
Joined: 21st November 2018
Baroness McGregor-Smith Portrait
Baroness McGregor-Smith
Vice-Chair
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 21st November 2018
2 APPG Memberships
Cleaning and Hygiene , Women and Work
Lord Willetts Portrait
Lord Willetts
Vice-Chair
Conservative - Life peer
Joined: 21st November 2018
Mark Hendrick Portrait
Mark Hendrick
Vice-Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Preston
Joined: 29th March 2017
Lord Broers Portrait
Lord Broers
Vice-Chair
Crossbench - Life peer
Joined: 29th March 2017
3 APPG Memberships
Engineering , Nuclear Energy , Scientific
Lord Janvrin Portrait
Lord Janvrin
Vice-Chair
Crossbench - Life peer
Joined: 29th March 2017
Lord Bishop of Oxford Portrait
Lord Bishop of Oxford
Treasurer
Bishops - Bishops
Joined: 7th August 2020
No other APPG Memberships
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Stephen Metcalfe MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 7009.

Email: stephen.metcalfe.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Professor Birgitte Andersen, Big Innovation Centre, 20 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0NF . Tel: 020 3713 4036

Email: appg@biginnovationcentre.com

Secretariat:

Big Innovation Centre acts as the group's secretariat. http://www.biginnovationcentre.com/

Group's Website:

http://www.appg-ai.org/

Benefits in Kind
Date
13 Jan 2021
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Big Innovation Centre is paid by the following to act as the group's secretariat: British Standards Institution, Capita, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, Deloitte, Dufrain, Osborne Clarke, PwC   From : 13/01/2021 To : 12/01/2022
Value
£85,501
Date
13 Jan 2020
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Big Innovation Centre is paid by the following to act as the group's secretariat: Blue Prism, British Standards Institution, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, Creative England, Deloitte, Dufrain, Megger Group Limited, Microsoft, Omni Telemetry Ltd, Oracle, Osborne Clarke LLP, PwC, Rialto   From : 13/01/2020 To : 12/01/2021
Value
£148,501
Date
13 Jan 2020
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Big Innovation Centre is paid by the following organistations to meet ad hoc running costs (publishing and printing, external venues, online presence, travel): Blue Prism, British Standards Institution, CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, Creative England, Deloitte, Dufrain, Megger Group Limited, Microsoft, Omni Telemetry Ltd, Oracle, Osborne Clarke LLP, PwC, Rialto.   From : 13/01/2020 To : 12/01/2021
Value
£9,001
Date
10 Jul 2019
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Secretariat   From : 10/07/2019 To : 09/07/2020
Value
£174,001
Date
10 Jul 2018
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Secretariat   From : 10/07/2018 To : 09/07/2019
Value
£90,001
Date
10 Jul 2017
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Secretariat   From : 10/07/2017 To : 09/07/2018
Value
£28,501
Date
10 Jul 2017
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Evidence gathering, research, printing, workshops and panels.   From : 10/07/2017 To : 09/07/2018
Value
£66,001
Date
23 Jan 2017
Source
Big Innovation Centre
Description
Big Innovation Centre is funded by Barclays, Deloitte, PwC, KPMG, Olswang, BP, and Oxford University to act as the group's secretariat   From : 23/01/2017 To : 22/01/2018
Value
£49,501

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Artificial Intelligence APPG

Former APPG Officers
Mark Hendrick Portrait
Mark Hendrick
Vice-Chair
Labour (Co-op) - Preston
Joined: 29th March 2017
Departed: 20th December 2017
None Portrait
Bishop of Oxford
Treasurer
Joined: 29th March 2017
Departed: 2nd May 2017