A Defence of Humanity in the Age of the Computer - RSA

A Defence of Humanity in the Age of the Computer


  • Arts and society
  • Digital
  • Technology

Brian Christian, author

Brian Christian explores recent advances in artifical intelligence and reveals how the march of technology isn’t just changing how we live, it’s raising new questions about what it means to be human. Chair: Thomas Neumark.


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