Public lecture 25th Anniversary TILT in September: “Robots: Friends, Slaves or Overlords?”
The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) conducts teaching and research into the regulation of technologies and technology-related societal innovation. TILT is a prominent player on the national as well as the international level when it comes to research and education in this particular area. TILT is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a year full of keynotes, workshops and events. Every month will be devoted to a different theme, such as cybercrime, e-health, privacy and climate change.
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Public lecture of the month
Each Month, the Public Library of Tilburg will host a Public Lecture. The topic of the public lecture in September 2019 will be “Robots: Friends, Slaves or Overlords?” Please find the bio of John Danaher below:
John Danaher is a lecturer in the Law School at the National University of Ireland, Galway. His research deals with the legal, social and ethical implications of emerging technologies, with a particular focus on robotics and artificial intelligence. He has published many articles on human enhancement, brain-based lie detection, the philosophy of punishment, technological unemployment, artificial intelligence and social robots. He is the co-editor (with Neil McArthur) of Robot Sex: Social and Ethical Implications (MIT Press, 2017), and the author of Automation and Utopia (Harvard University Press, forthcoming 2019).
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19.15-19.30 - Doors open
19.30-20.00 – Introduction
20.00-20.30 - Lecture by Danaher
20.30-21.30 - Debate
Our Public Lecture Program is organized in cooperation with Bibliotheek Midden-Brabant