Event: The social implications of AI

Posted: November 7, 2018 by keasp1 in AI, Events, Robots, Social Science
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llwlYou are invited to join Teresa Heffernan (Saint Mary’s University), Ian Kerr (U of Ottawa), Fuyuki Kurasawa (York U) and Duncan MacIntosh (Dalhousie) for a panel discussion on ‘the potential social impacts of artificial intelligence and the role humanities and social sciences will play in identifying the legal, ethical and policy issues we should start considering today.’

Where: Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Public Library Central

When: Wednesday, November 14, 2018. 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Moderated  by Gabriel Miller, Executive Director, Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences

The event is sponsored by Dalhousie University (Offices of the President and the Vice-President Research, plus the Faculties of Arts and Social Sciences, Computer Science, Law, and Management), the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Halifax Public Libraries.

The event will be free and open to the public with a reception to follow.

Questions? Contact fassalum@dal.ca

Join the Facebook event.

Comments
  1. Alicia says:

    Would love a live stream or telepresence option. I’m a bit geographically challenged in Australia

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    • keasp1 says:

      Hi Alicia, I’ve sent the event organizers a query about live streaming, and will let you know as soon as I receive a response. Thanks you, Karen (keasp1@gmail.com)

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    • keasp1 says:

      Hi Alicia, unfortunately the event won’t be live-streamed but it will be video recorded and posted on the Dalhousie website. We’ll repost it on our site as soon as it is available.

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  2. Gerardo Lebron says:

    Any updates concerning the livestream?

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