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CINEMA GALERIES23.03 / 19:00
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Belgian premiere

Synopsis: 

How does work automation affect our society?  What impact does it have on humanity? When a robot kills a human, who is to blame? “The Truth About Killer Robots” explores the dangers of robotization, and raises the questions of responsibility and morality that this implies.



Discussion and Q&A  (45min)

- Moderator: Pierre-François Lovens, journalist from La Libre, author of the special report "No need to flee artificial intelligence".

- Speakers : Bruno Schröder, Chief Technology Officer of Microsoft Belux; Marie Ruffo: Marie-des-Neiges Ruffo: Doctor of Philosophy, teacher at the Faculty of Law at Unamur and author of the book "Itinéraire d'un robot killer"  and Loick Gérard: researcher in artificial intelligence at UNamur, privacy protection and e-government, robotization sector and member of the Namur Digital Institute.

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