Join us for an insightful and comprehensive webinar where thought leaders in red teaming and artificial intelligence come together to explore the critical role of red teaming in the responsible and secure development of advanced AI systems. This event aims to provide a deep dive into the world of red teaming, starting with an introduction to its principles and its significance in supporting the ethical development of emerging technologies. 

Participants will learn about the various types of red teaming techniques and gain practical examples of scenarios where each type is most effective. We will also discuss the mention of red teaming in the interim international report on the safety of advanced AI systems. 

Additionally, the webinar will highlight how red teaming serves as a crucial form of AI assurance, ensuring that AI systems are robust, secure, and aligned with ethical standards. Our experts will share current industry applications, showcasing how leading organisations are leveraging red teaming to enhance AI safety and security. Attendees will receive valuable resources, including tools to help them start or enhance their own red teaming efforts. This webinar is designed for industry professionals looking to deepen their understanding of AI safety and security and seeking actionable insights to implement within their organisations. 

By attending this webinar, you will walk away with a clear understanding of the best practices in red teaming for AI, real-world applications, and the next steps for integrating these practices into your organisation. Ensure your organisation stays ahead in the rapidly evolving field of AI security. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the leading voices on this techUK panel, gain practical knowledge, and take your AI assurance strategies to the next level. Register now to secure your spot! 

Tess Buckley

Tess Buckley

Programme Manager - Digital Ethics and AI Safety, techUK

Tess is the Programme Manager for Digital Ethics and AI Safety at techUK.  

Prior to techUK Tess worked as an AI Ethics Analyst, which revolved around the first dataset on Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR), and then later the development of a large language model focused on answering ESG questions for Chief Sustainability Officers. Alongside other responsibilities, she distributed the dataset on CDR to investors who wanted to further understand the digital risks of their portfolio, she drew narratives and patterns from the data, and collaborate with leading institutes to support academics in AI ethics. She has authored articles for outlets such as ESG Investor, Montreal AI Ethics Institute, The FinTech Times, and Finance Digest. Covered topics like CDR, AI ethics, and tech governance, leveraging company insights to contribute valuable industry perspectives. Tess is Vice Chair of the YNG Technology Group at YPO, an AI Literacy Advisor at Humans for AI, a Trustworthy AI Researcher at Z-Inspection Trustworthy AI Labs and an Ambassador for AboutFace. 

Tess holds a MA in Philosophy and AI from Northeastern University London, where she specialised in biotechnologies and ableism, following a BA from McGill University where she joint-majored in International Development and Philosophy, minoring in communications. Tess’s primary research interests include AI literacy, AI music systems, the impact of AI on disability rights and the portrayal of AI in media (narratives). In particular, Tess seeks to operationalise AI ethics and use philosophical principles to make emerging technologies explainable, and ethical. 

Outside of work Tess enjoys kickboxing, ballet, crochet and jazz music. 

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