Autonomy Meets Humanity: A Discussion of Machines in Society
Join this week’s PsychEng seminar for an interdisciplinary panel discussion on the social implications of further embedding automation technologies, such as AI agents and robots, into our everyday lives. Moderated by PsychEng student, Shane Saunderson, the panel will explore some of the technical, psychological, communication, and even economic shifts that may emerge with the proliferation of automation. Featuring Prof. Mark Chignell (Mechanical and Industrial Engineering), Prof. Paul Hartley (Anthropology), Prof. Yoel Inbar (Psychology), Prof. Elizabeth Page-Gould (Psychology), and Prof. Jonathan Rose (Electrical and Computer Engineering), this discussion will present our panel of experts with a series of questions to encourage productive discourse on the future of our increasingly automated lives.
When: Tuesday 26 February 2019, 12:10pm-2pm
Where: Room 370, Myhal Centre for Engineering Innovation & Entrepreneurship
55 St. George Street – Toronto
RSVP by: 12 noon, Monday 25 February 2019 using the below form to be included in the catering order, or until full to room capacity.
RSVP-changes: Min Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic: Prof. Li Shu at email@example.com
Registrations are closed for this event.