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Future Debates: Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

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It is no longer a question of whether machines will ever outperform human intelligence. The question is “when”? Artificial intelligence, machine vision and physical movement technologies are capable of stirring both fear and hope. Are super intelligent machines threatening our very existence? Or will they help us solve some of our biggest problems, such as crop production and access to medical health in third-world countries?

Join us when the Cambridgeshire British Science Association is hosting a public debate on artificial intelligence on 3rd March from 6:30-8:00 pm at The Science Lecture Room at Hill’s Road Sixth Form College (details: With the famous Naked Scientist, Ginny Smith, in the chair position and four renowned speakers, this is bound to be a lively and insightful evening!

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