Robots Like Us

Venue: Science Museum

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Nov 27, 2013 / 5:30 pm - (GMT) End Date/Time: Nov 27, 2013 / 7:00 pm - (GMT)
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Computers are getting faster and more powerful, and artificial intelligence technology is advancing. Yet today's robots still seem very primitive compared to those we find in science fiction. Why has it been so hard to make robots that are like us? Join us in discussing the future of robotics and how we can accelerate AI. If we do make robots with human-level intelligence, will they be conscious like us? Should robot brains be like biological brains, or might they conform to very different principles? And What are the technological challenges to doing so?   This lecture will immediately precede the Science Museum's "Lates" Event on that evening (opening to the public at 18:45). Attendees of the lecture will be able to join the "Lates" attendees after the talk and will also be able to visit the "Robot Safari" special exhibits in place at that time. Attendees must be over 18 years old (stipulated by the "Lates" license). REGISTER HERE: >


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