11 April 2019, 18:00 - 19:00
Dr Karina Vold specialises in philosophy of mind and cognition, with further research interests in artificial intelligence (AI), AI ethics, moral psychology, and neuroethics. Her recent projects focus on augmented intelligence, consciousness, AI ethics, and the ethics of augmentation.
In this lecture, Karina will discuss the ethical implications of using AI to bolster and augment human cognition and intelligence.
The lecture is part of Philosophy of AI – Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lectures.
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