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Horizon-scanners believe robots could be demanding rights within 50 years. With artificial intelligence promising so much – and our lives already dependent on technology – now is the time to start asking: how could we share our society with intelligent machines?

Event organised by:
The Science Museum

Speakers

Tony Hirst, Artifical Intelligence, The Open University
Owen Holland, Machine Consciousness, University of Essex
Kathleen Richardson, Social anthropology, Cambridge University
Murray Shanahan, Cognitive Robotics, Imperial College London
Alan Winfield, Electronic Engineering, University of the West of England, Bristol

Facilitator:
Noel Sharkey, Computer Science, The University of Sheffield