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Artificial ‘un-intelligence’: the future we do not want may already be here

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Computers that predict our personalities and interact with us intelligently could improve our daily lives in many ways. But these opportunities also raise some of the same ethical questions we encountered in the early 20th century. From eugenics to ‘intelligent’ drones, how much have we learned? Join researchers from the Psychometrics Centre in a discussion on technology, ethics and our future.

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