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LUISS Guido Carli


Artificial intelligence. What everybody needs to know – Lecture by Jerry Kaplan

10 October 2017 at 11:30 AM
LOFT Laboratory of Fabulous Things Viale Romania 32, Rome
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Soon, artificial intelligence will have an impact on our lives similar to the industrial revolution or the birth of the web.
But, what is artificial intelligence? 
And what does it mean to say a computer thinks or feels emotions and makes decisions?
What impact will new technology have on work, society and law? 
Is it really possible that machines could rebel and take the place of humans? 44pm

Jerry Kaplan, scientist, entrepreneur and serial innovator, is a pioneer of Silicon Valley. He is a fellow of the Center for Legal Informatics at Stanford University where he is also professor of Computer Science.
During the event to promote the Italian publication of Artificial Intelligence: What Everyone Needs to Know from LUISS University Press, the author will act as a guide through the technological, economic and social aspects of artificial intelligence.

Welcome: Andrea Prencipe Deputy Rector LUISS

The event is held in English

An extract from the book on LUISS Open, with permission from Oxford University Press