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Minds, Machines & Society

Free Public Lecture

Event Details

Saturday, July 28, 2018
7:30-9:30 p.m.
Town Center, Discovery Building
Join us to hear from world renowned thought-leaders in cognitive science, artificial intelligence and human creativity. Matt Botvinick works at DeepMind in London and will be discussing natural and artificial intelligence. Ulrike Hahn, a german cognitive scientist will be discussing the cognitive science of fake news and how it can effect our judgements. Bob Mankoff, a long time editor at New Yorker and now Esquire, will discuss how machine and human collaboration generates creativity.
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