Artificial Intelligence debate
20th April 2009
Tuesday 12th May: (Last Debate in the current Café Scientifique Series) On Artificial Intelligence
Arrivals: from 7:15pm for 7.30pm kick off, finish around 9:30ish
Location: The Pavillion (in the gardens of The Royal Oak pub) 42, The Burgage, Prestbury, Cheltenham GL52 3DL
(plenty of parking opposite and in street)
Dr David Biggs, the University of Gloucestershire’s Post Grad Director in Occupational Psychology will be discussing amid other things, the pending release of Terminator 4 which in turns sparks debate about the varying forms of artificial intelligence and expert systems writing out psychometric profile reports for people from ethnic minorities… More information to follow, but for now, please pencil this date in your diaries!
• Open to all — bring a friend/neighbour!
• Admission is free
• Bar food available
• First drink is kindly sponsored by The University of Gloucestershire.
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