Winchester conference to probe benefits and risks of machine learning and smart devices

18 April 2017

A major conference at the University of Winchester next month will see lawyers, computer scientists, academics and policy makers debating how artificial intelligence, and the products based on it, can be regulated to ensure that they benefit but don't threaten modern society. A highlight will be author, comedian and broadcaster Timandra Harkness, the University's visiting fellow in Big Data, chairing a panel discussion on the future of AI and machine learning.

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