Martin Thörnkvist, curator at The Conference, will be guiding us through the borderland of humans and machines. Based on what speakers of past The Conferences has been saying, he’s going to share different views on the future of robots and ai in relation to society, business and culture. Welcome for an evening of talks, music, drinks and snacks.

We’re at an interesting time in history when it comes to robotics and artificial intelligence. It’s no longer fluffy futuristic dreams or nightmares, we’re already using the technologies in our daily life and they are slowly but surely becoming increasingly important to us.

The more impact machines have on our lives, the more questions we need to ask ourselves as humans, businesses and society. Who’s responsible for what? What do we want to happen? What are the interfaces between man, machine and society moving forward?

Speaker / MC

Martin Thörnkvist, curator at The Conference, will be guiding us through the borderland of humans and machines. Based on what speakers of past The Conferences has been saying, he’s going to share different views on the future of robots and AI in relation to society, business and culture.

We’ll be virtually joined from the past by Robot Ethics Researcher Kate Darling, open data game designer Kati London, futurist Nell Watson and creative scientist Kate Stone.

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Denmark