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Intersections Symposium ft. Sylvester Johnson keynote "Will Robots Feel Pain?"
The UF Intersections Symposium celebrates the achievements of the UF Intersections project and the first two completing classes of Intersections Scholars (2020 + 2021). This two-hour event begins with a keynote presentation by Prof. Sylvester Johnson (Virginia Tech) entitled “Will Robots Feel Pain? The Politics of Race, the Governance of Technology, and the Future of Humanity” from 2-3pm. This keynote is also part of the Humanities Center's Data & Democracy 2020-21 speaker series. The second half of the event (from 3-4pm) includes presentations from UF faculty, doctoral students, and undergraduates in the Intersections Scholars program speaking about their activities addressing grand-challenge questions in the humanities


This event is free and open to all UF students, faculty, staff, their families, and the public. Audience members are welcome to attend only the keynote lecture or stay for the entire symposium. For more information on the keynote lecture and symposium program, visit: https://intersections.humanities.ufl.edu/events/intersections-spring-symposium/

Apr 23, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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