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

What excites you about Artificial Intelligence? Do you think it will bring major advances in health and social care? Are you looking forward to a driverless car or new games? Are there ethical and social issues in regard to AI that you think need to be considered by Society and the Government?

Chaired by Clare Hall Fellow Barbara Sahakian, co-author of the British Psychological Society award-winning Sex, Lies & Brain Scans, listen to and discuss AI with expert panellists: Tom Feilden of the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme; Fabio Cuzzolin Professor of Artificial Intelligence at Oxford Brookes University; Hatice Gunes of The Alan Turing Institute; Christopher Markou of the Leverhulme Research Project in the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law and Peter Stern Editor of Science.

Wednesday, 18 March 6.00pm - 7.30pm

Babbage Lecture Theatre

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Photo credit: Wellcome Collection London



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