Join University of Canberra experts and a moderating Canberra personality for a casual conversation on “the human cost of robots”. The line between humans and technology is blurring. We are creating machines that are increasingly humanlike, while embracing technology into our bodies. As technology creators, the questions we ask and the choices we make will shape our future.
So what will that future be? Are we obsolete in a time of robots? What are the ethics when it comes to AI? If a robot commits a crime, who is responsible? Join a software engineer, a robotics specialist, a journalist of the digital age, and a lawyer examining the legal ramifications of AI.
Grab a drink, some food and friends and join us for an accessible conversation about the future.
Register now for this free event!
Adam Shirley, ABC Canberra
Dr Damith Herath (Faculty of Science and Technology, UC)
Dr Bruce Baer Arnold (Faculty of Business, Government and Law, UC)
Dr Elizabeth Jochum (Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University, Denmark)
Dr Caroline Fisher (News and Media Research Centre, UC)
Artist Patrick Tresset (University of London) will also be doing a video presentation on his robot, Paul, who is able to draw humans in real time.
This event is sponsored by Mercedes-Benz.
Beyond our tight-knit student and academic community, the University of Canberra is part of something bigger—Canberra, the nation and the world.
UnCover is UC’s new online platform for sharing our stories, to illustrate the real-world effect of our contribution and create a community beyond our walls.
With the launch of UnCover, we’ll be tackling a range of subjects and issues dear to the hearts of Canberrans with a series of monthly events at various locations throughout Canberra.