Wednesday 6 March 2024


2 - 4pm


Pembroke College / Online



To celebrate International Women’s Day, The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Irene Tracey, will host a discussion featuring panellists from across the University community working in AI, who will share their views on making AI a force for gender equality
and inclusion.

The panel will include:

Kelsey Doerksen – PhD student in Autonomous Intelligent Machines and Systems, Research Fellow at UNICEF-European Space Agency, Machine Learning for Air Quality at
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab, President of Oxford Women in Computer Science Society, MPLS Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Fellow

Professor Helen Margetts, OBE, Turing Fellow and Director of the Public Policy Programme at The Alan Turing Institute, Professor of Society and the Internet
at the University of Oxford

Dr Anne-Marie Imafidon, MBE (Keble, 2006), Co-founder of Stemettes, 2022-2023 President of the British Science Association, was voted
2020’s most influential woman in tech in the UK

Professor Anne Trefethen, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (People and Digital), Professor of Scientific Computing

There will be a chance to put your questions to the panel during a Q&A. For those attending in person, there will also be an opportunity to network over tea and coffee until 4pm.

This event is organised by the University Events Office. It is an inclusive event and we warmly invite everyone to join and champion change for current and future generations
of women.

Register by 23 February.