Join Marcus Du Sautoy, mathematician, author, and science communicator, as he speaks to leading artificial intelligence experts for a discussion and open forum on AI's applications.
AI is affecting the public’s lives every day, in ways that might not at first be obvious or visible, with technologies and intelligence in AI constantly advancing, the impact and societal consequences, will only continue to grow. Alongside the benefits, this raises issues of data use and ethical boundaries.
The talk is the second event in the Royal Society’s 2018 series: You and AI. We have invited leading experts in big tech, academia and ethics to discuss the potential and pitfalls of advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning and what the future holds for AI and society.
We invite you to the conversation, to hear from the greatest minds in the field and then add your thoughts, opinions and views at our two public question and answer sessions later this year.
Attending the event
- Free to attend
- No registration required
- Doors open from 18.00, and seats are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis
- This event may be popular and entry cannot be guaranteed
- Live subtitles will be available
- British Sign Language interpretation will be available on request. Please let the Events team know if you plan to attend at least two weeks before the event.
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