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Will artificial intelligence be superior to the human brain?

Artificial intelligence may be of benefit to society. Our panel discusses the implications of machine learning to promote artificial intelligence


Artificial intelligence could be of great benefit to society, producing innovative discoveries and providing humans with more leisure time. Dr Hermann Hauser, Dr Mateja Jamnik, Professor Trevor Robbins and Professor Alan Winfield discuss the implications of supercomputers and machine learning to promote artificial intelligence. Moderated by Tom Feilden, Today Programme, BBC Radio 4.


Speaker(s):

Dr Hermann Hauser | talks
Dr Mateia Jamnik | talks
Professor Trevor Robbins | talks
Professor Alan Winfield | talks

 

Date and Time:

7 March 2016 at 7:30 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

Mill Lane Lecture Rooms
Mill Lane
Cambridge
CB2 1RW


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Organised by:

External Affairs and Communications, University of Cambridge
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Tickets:

free

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The event is free but booking in advance is required.
Booking information:
http://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/will-artificial-intelligence-be-superior-human-brain
or: 01223 766766
Bookings will open at 10.30am on Monday 8 February

Additional Information:

This event is part of the Cambridge Science Festival which runs from 7 March - 20 March 2016.

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