May 2024

An enlightening evening at the Science Museum: Can We Trust Computers?

Start Time: 18:30 End Time: 19:30

The SEAVEA project are excited to extend an invitation for an enlightening evening at the Science Museum, addressing the reliance on computer predictions in various fields and the ethical considerations surrounding AI and digital technology, in our event titled, “Can We Trust Computers?”.

Join us on Thursday, 9 May 2024, from 18:30 to 19:30, at the IMAX: The Ronson Theatre, for a captivating panel discussion featuring leading experts like Dr. Alessandra Vizzaccaro and Professors Paul Brenner and Peter Coveney.

We’ll tackle pressing questions surrounding AI, computer reliability, and the complexities of digital versus analogue worlds. Is it prudent to entrust nuclear weapons to AI? This event promises a deep exploration into these vital questions, framed by real-world implications and expert insights.

Tickets are just £5, and doors open at 18:00. Reserve your spot now for an evening of engaging dialogue on the future of our trust in computers.

For more details and to book your tickets, please visit the Science Museum’s event page: Can We Trust Computers?