Human and Machine Judgement and Interaction Symposium

Free Public Lecture

Human and Machine Judgement and Interaction Symposium

Lab 14
Carlton Connect

700 Swanston St, Carlton 3053

Booking not required

Where do humans and computers think alike and where are they different?
What are their strengths and weaknesses?
How can computers help humans — and humans help computers?
How can we make computers more human-like? Should we?

These questions will be presented and discussed at a one-off symposium at Lab 14 on Swanston Street. Attendees will hear from a panel of Australian and overseas experts, from fields as far apart as computer science, robotics, psychology, economics and neurobiology.

Panel members:

Professor Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE
Professor Chris Manzie- Department of Mechanical Engineering
Associate Professor Denny Oetomo - Department of Mechanical Engineering
Dr Ben Rubinstein - Department of Computing and Information Systems
Associate Professor John Thangarajah - School of Computer Science and Information Technology, RMIT University
Dr Carsten Murawski - Department of Finance
Presiding: Professor Peter Bossaerts - Department of Finance

A Q&A will follow the presentations. Drinks and nibbles will be served.

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