Anton Andrews, Director of Office Envisioning at Microsoft, sets up the key questions to be explored in the Salon, putting the landscape in which we are expected to produce within the context of major transformations impacting society and the workplace..
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The bottom right quadrant of my iPhone screen looks like a mosaic of broken glass. Let’s just say previous so called shock-proof cases didn’t live up to the hype or promise. But I have renewed hope. A British startup company, Mous, is offering a line of “Limitless” cases that are […]
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THE END IS NIGH #2 – AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFICATION: WILL AI MEAN THE END OF WORK, OR THE END OF HUMANS?
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THE END IS NIGH #2 – AUTOMATIC DISQUALIFICATION: WILL AI MEAN THE END OF WORK, OR THE END OF HUMANS? Wednesday, November 16, 2016 – 18:00 to 19:30FREE – PLEASE REGISTER Paccar Theatre
In the second of our Science Week series of talks on impending global catastrophe, we hear from Barry O’Sullivan, deputy president of the European Association for Artificial Intelligence, on the potential risks and benefits of the future of AI.
If machines can do jobs better and are cheaper than humans, will whole industries just disappear? From autonomous surgery robots to self-driving taxis, the future of AI isn’t just bright –– it’s already here. Should we be nervous or delighted as AI becomes capable of more and more complex tasks? Is fear of AI as misplaced as previous fears about the printing press, the motorcar, and genetic modification? Join us to find out.
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Trinity College Dublin