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The Future of AI: Language, Technology, Society

When Mar 07, 2018
from 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Where The West Lodge, Downing College
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Please join us for the next panel discussion in a series that is exploring 'The Future of AI'. The experts who will be speaking this time are

* Dr Finbarr Livesey (POLIS)
* Dr Catherine Flick (Senior Lecturer in Computing & Social Responsibility, De Montfort University)
* Dr Eva von Redecker (Social Philosophy, Humboldt University)
* Mevan Babakar (Digital Product Manager, Full Fact)


The West Lodge (E staircase)

Downing College

Regent Street

Cambridge CB2 1DQ

There will be plenty of opportunities for audience members to ask
questions and contribute ideas to the discussion. Therefore, it will be an
excellent opportunity to consider the technological, social, and economic
impact of current and future AI systems, with an emphasis on
language-related applications.

See you there...

Marcus Tomalin
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Ann Copestake

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