College Ave. Campus, Voorhees Hall - Room 105
Panel on Robots
Voorhees Hall, Room 105, April 17, 5:30-7:30 PM
In this event, panelists will discuss the social and ethical implications humanoid robots, and artificial intelligence more broadly, have on our world. With rapid advances in technology, there is an urgent need for an open dialogue about artificial intelligence-related issues that could impact our everyday lives in the not so distant future.
Panelists: Brian McLaughlin, distinguished professor in Philosophy and Faculty Director of the Center for Cognitive Science, and Angelica Lim, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Computing Science at Simon Fraser University.
Seating is limited. We recommend that you visit the web site to register if you are likely to attend. Registration is not required, but it will help us plan for the event.
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