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Turing2014: Can Machines Think?

Think you can recognise human from machine?

The School of Systems Engineering is pleased to present a special event at the Royal Society, marking the 60th anniversary of Alan Turing's death with a unique opportunity to see live Turing tests - machines pitted against humans in Alan Turing's famous experiment, 'Can machines think?'

Admission is free but places are limited.
To book a place, contact: Dr Huma Shah: turingtestsin2014@gmail.com (advance booking is open until 5pm, Wednesday 4 June. Admission on the day is subject to availability)

Watch the video trailer for this event

Turing2014 team:
• Professor Kevin Warwick (Coventry University & University of Reading)
• Dr Huma Shah, Dr Ian Bland, Chris Chapman (School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading)
• Marc Allen (Bank of America/Merrill Lynch)

This is an EU RoboLaw project dissemination event and part of our Universities Week 2014 showcase programme.

Event information

Date

07 June 2014

Time

10.00 - 18.30

Location

The Royal Society, London

Contact

For information about travelling to the Royal Society, visit: www.royalsociety.org/visit-us/london

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