AI Safety

This is the second part of a series of 5 webinars designed to explore generative AI and how to maximize its benefits, focusing on what generative AI is and how to use it, accessibility, the use of generative AI tools in daily life, and creativity through generative AI applications.

  • Online
  • 5
  • One hour
  • Free

This course will be held on

  • 25 April 2024

    • Online
    • 10:00 – 11:00
  • 29 April 2024

    • Online
    • 15:00 – 16:00


This webinar examines what AI safety is. Looking at age regulations, data entry, misinformation, and terms and conditions of AI tools. We will also investigate ways to enhance privacy and security, focusing on relevant tools and policies. We will discuss AI biases and the responsible use of AI. We’ll look at considerations around copyright and intellectual property.

Who should attend

Anyone from a Jisc member organisation (UK further education colleges, specialist colleges or higher education institutions).

What we cover

Participants will:

  • Exploring the concept of AI safety, an overview of concerns, age regulations, data entry protocols, and terms and conditions, along with issues of misinformation and fairness.
  • Enhancing knowledge on improving privacy and security in the use of generative AI, alongside reviewing relevant tools, and policies.
  • Delving into the responsible use of AI.
  • A look at AI with copyright and intellectual property (IP), focusing on challenges and opportunities.

What to expect

  • Participate in a discussion about AI safety
  • Assess AI against human made content
  • Q&A session to clarify and discuss the responsible use of AI in educational settings.

Pricing and eligibility

This webinar is free and open to anyone from a Jisc member organisation (UK further education colleges, specialist colleges or higher education institutions). You will therefore need to register with your institutions email address.

For more information please email or phone 01235 822242.

Session preparation and setup

Upon successful registration before the webinar you'll receive your joining instructions email from Please fully read the instructions to ensure ease of access to the live online room.

  • The webinar will be run in Teams, with live automated captioning and transcription
  • You'll also need a headset, or headphones and a microphone
  • Please sign in using your full name
  • Participants’ microphones will be muted on entry. If you would like to speak, please use the raise hand tool or the chat pane to indicate this
  • We'll be taking questions during the webinar, which you can submit in the chat pane