Law and artificial intelligence series: first event, 8 October
14 August 2015
You, Robot! What does it mean to regulate Artificial Intelligence? takes place on 8 October 2015 and attendance is free, please register online. This is a joint venture across various units of Westminster Law School including our Centre and the Centre for the Legal Profession. Future events to be confirmed, but we hope to include some film screenings as part of the Film Matters 2016 series, among other things. See the programme for the Film Matters 2015 season.
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