Can a robot think for itself? Helping young people to ask big questions about human and electronic personhood
Issue 376 | Page 47 | Published Apr 2020
A workshop designed to develop students' appreciation of the power and limitations of science and to encourage them to think critically about the impacts of using anthropomorphic language to describe the capabilities and nature of human-like machines.
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