Artificial intelligence is already part of our daily lives, helping us avoid traffic jams, email spam and bad dates. Once a phenomenon restricted to sci-fi movies, technology has finally caught up with our imagination.
The past decade has seen incredible advances in machine programming and processing power. Computers are increasingly learning to predict, adapt and even feel, but can they ever truly replicate or even exceed human intelligence? As machines learn to think, act and even feel like a human being, where does that leave us mortals and how do we rid them of the same old biases and inequalities?
Professor Milford conducts interdisciplinary research at the boundary between robotics, neuroscience and computer vision and is a multi-award winning educational entrepreneur. His research models the neural mechanisms in the brain...View Profile
Based between the US and Australia, Catriona Wallace is the Founder & Executive Director of Artificial Intelligence company Flamingo Ai, provider of Machine Learning technologies. Flamingo Ai is the second...View Profile
Majella Edwards is an Olympian (Sydney 2000 Women's Volleyball) turned tech entrepreneur with over 17 years experience in managing art and historical collections, product design, photomedia and user experience design....View Profile
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