Workshop #7: AI & Philosophy

What does AI mean for Humanity and the Human Mind?

Scientists and scholars have long been trying to address philosophical issues related to human life and existence. Some of the most important being those pertaining to consciousness and free will. There are several other dimensions that arise out of advancing AI and need to be philosophically interpreted, contextualised and put into perspective. The endeavour of this workshop is to identify the philosophical questions that are deeply fundamental to the AI future and extend beyond the mainstream anthropocentric views and approaches.

Tomorrow is arriving faster than you thought.

Are you prepared?

The Tbilisi Tomorrow Institute & The University of Georgia are hosting a Workshop in December. Artificial Intelligence: Preparing for the Future.

New technology is changing the world and affecting every industry. This is one of the 9 modules of this workshop. Limited seats are available! Find out more & apply here

Timothy Barrett

Associate Professor of Law at the University of Georgia (Tbilisi, Georgia) and Research Fellow at the Tbilisi Tomorrow Institute. Prof. Barrett’s current research focuses on fields affecting the future, such as artificial intelligence, smart cities, data & privacy. Before moving to Georgia, he was a practicing attorney in the United States, with significant courtroom and jury trial experience. He has a background in civil law, working in private practice, as well as in criminal law, as a prosecutor and as a decorated police officer with the New York Police Department. Prior to law school, Prof. Barrett served in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves.

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