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Huxley Debate: living on the planet of the machines

There's no denying that robots are already among us - but often they look nothing like Hollywood would lead us to believe. Some of the most powerful are just algorithms or large libraries of code and they underpin our daily lives; everything from our financial services to our social networks. Should we be worried about their increasing power and what measures are in place to control them? How likely are they to 'take over' and how would we cope? Join our panel of experts for this year's Huxley Debate to discuss the future of artificial intelligence and our relationship with it.

Time: 17.00-18.00
Date: Wednesday 9 September

Organised by: British Science Association

Most suitable for ages 16+
Venue
Room D.01.27, Horton Building
University of Bradford, Richmond Rd
Bradford
BD7 1DP