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Leverhulme CFI at the Cambridge Festival

The new, interdisciplinary Cambridge Festival (replacing the Cambridge Science Festival and the Cambridge Festival of Ideas) will take place from 26 March to 4 April 2021. The festival will primarily be digital in 2021 – to enable wide-reaching engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year a number of our Research Fellows are taking part in this exciting and innovative outreach festival which will allow them to present their research in an accessible and entertaining way. Further information and how to register is available on our Events page.  
Friday 26 March, 2:00pm-2:30pm. A Citizen's Guide to Artificial Intelligence: John Zerilli.
Monday 29 March, 6:00pm – 7.30pm. Artificial Intelligence and Unfair Bias: Addressing Gendered and Racialised Inequalities in AI (A workshop for a maximum of 30 participants): Kerry Mackereth and Eleanor Drage.
Wednesday 31 March, 6:00pm – 6.30pm. Imagining Things: Ali Boyle.
Thursday 1 April, 6:00pm – 6.30pm. From bees to bots: exploring the space of possible minds: Henry Shevlin.
Friday 2 April, 6:00pm – 6.30pm. Suffer the little robots? The moral and legal status of artificial beings: Henry Shevlin.

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