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Horizon: The Thinking Machine?

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We may not realise it but complex intelligent systems already play a critical if not obvious role in our daily lives. As we continue to make significant advances in technology, these systems are becomming increasing prevalent, but many are still dependant on human decision makers to moderate their actions. But in the future is there a possibility that a machine could adapt is behaviour autonimously: in other words, think? The HORIZON seminar The Thinking Machine will explore cross-discipliniary research currently taking place in cognisance and cognitive systems and will showcase the latest innovative technologies and techniques being developed by renowned academics from across the University of Cambridge.

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