Cambridge Science Festival - Artificial Intelligence, the Human Brain and Neuroethics

*Please note this event has now been cancelled*

Cambridge Neuroscience Public Lecture

When you think of artificial intelligence (AI), do you get excited about its potential and all the new possibilities, such as driverless cars, interactive games, and robots who can perform surgery clean up the environment or make life easier for us at home or work? Or instead, do you have concerns about the future of AI and how it will change the world as we know it? Discuss with us and tell us your views.

Chaired by Clare Hall Emeritus Fellow Barbara Sahakian and a panel of experts: Dr Hatice Gunes, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Dr Chrisopher Markou, Faculty of Law, Dr Peter Stern, Science AAAS, Professor Fabio Cuzzolin, Oxford Brookes University and Tom Feilden, Science and Environment Editor, Today Programme, BBC Radio 4.

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