Attend AI and Employment interdisciplinary lecture

AI and Employment
AI and Employment

On April 4 at 6 p.m., a lecture about artificial intelligence and how it may affect the future of employment, will be delivered by four university professors from the departments of Computer Science, Economics, Law, and Philosophy. This lecture is the first lecture of the Broader Considerations of Technology lecture series. This lecture is tailored for a broad audience including students studying STEM, Arts, Humanities, and the general public.

The development of technology impacts society in many ways. We, as engaged citizens, should be informed about recent developments in technology so we can most effectively shape a more favorable future. This lecture series aims to foster conversation about the development of technology, the ethics therein, and projections for the future. We intend to achieve this by presenting different disciplinary perspectives to best identify the social/societal implications of the development of technologies.

Event Details:
Lecture Series: Broader Considerations of Technology
Title: Artificial Intelligence and Employment
Date: Wednesday, April 4, 2018
Time: 6–7:30 p.m.
Location: Avery Hall 106, City Campus
Other: Open to all students and public. Free admittance, no ticket needed.
Reception: 5:30 p.m. Avery Hall 348, refreshments (Pastries, Coffee, etc,) will be served.

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