Venue: Live webinar Adelaide, SA, Australia
Start Date: Wed 5 Aug 2020 Start Time: 1800
End Date: Wed 5 Aug 2020 End Time: 1900
Presented in partnership with the Oxford University Society (South Australia), Professor Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and Enterprise (UniSA) discusses how historical machines can make recommendations about our lives that can sometimes be of no benefit to us, and how we might think about instructing and supervising them differently so that the past and the future are matters of ethics that we can more actively shape
Please note: No background in history, technology or philosophy are necessary to enjoy this talk.
Organisation: University of South Australia
Topic: Society / Lifestyle; Tech / Engineering / Space; Business / Politics; Other Science
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