Machines That Think: Opportunities and Dilemmas of Artificial Intelligence

From 24 November to 15 December 2015 the ICREA-CCCB debates return with four sessions to reflect on the future of artificial intelligence.

Reflection on artificial intelligence opens many doors and future opportunities: creating intelligence is a great challenge, and today’s technology, especially in the computer sciences is constantly advancing. In this cycle of lectures we explore different kinds of intelligence, ours and those we can, and will be able to produce.

In the ICREA-CCCB Debates, the two institutions regularly work together to present to the public the advances and challenges of high-level research being carried out today here in Catalonia. Each debate will present a project of researchers at the Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats (ICREA – Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies) in different fields of knowledge.

24 november 2015
Artificial Intelligence for War or Peace?
Lecture by Luc Steels

1 december 2015
Intelligence as Evolution Strategy
Lecture by Arcadi Navarro

9 december 2015
Present and future of Artificial Intelligence
Lecture by Hector Geffner

15 december 2015
Perception and reality: understanding virtual worlds
Lecture by Mel Slater and Mavi Sanchez-Vives

Machines That Think: Opportunities and Dilemmas of Artificial Intelligence
When: 24 november, December 1, 9 and 15 
Where: CCCB
Price: free
Further information here

Publication date: Monday, 23 November 2015
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