Taking place on Tuesday 23rd January 2018 is a special In Conversation event to discuss robots and debate everything to do with AI and what the future holds. If you are interested in technology and want to learn more about the robotics industry, this is the perfect event for you. A selection of guests will explore topics such as whether robots could ever take over and the reality of whether we should be worried about the survival of the human race. Science fiction lovers and anyone interested in technology will love this lecture and debate. It will really get you thinking about what the future is going to be like with the increase in technological advances. It is interesting to think about how technology will further change our lives in the future. The event will present new innovations in science and technology, explaining the use and concepts behind these works and how they can be used to answer questions raised about robots.
Profession Danielle George from the University of Manchester and Adam Rutherford, author, broadcaster and geneticist will lead the lecture on the night to discuss the history and development of the robotics industry. They will focus on the future of AI technologies and whether advancements in robots is a threat to humans.
This event links in with the Museum of Science and Industry's current exhibitions all about AI and Robotics. The lecture is free to attend with a ticket required, however, you can purchase an advanced, discounted ticket to see the Robots exhibition for £4 which will give you guaranteed entry to the talk and priority seating. Doors open at 6pm for the Robot exhibition with the lecture starting at 7.30pm. Please note those with free tickets are not guaranteed entry on the night as it will depend on the numbers and will be given on a first come first serve basis.
Come along and see what the future holds in the world of robotics.