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Could A.I. be human beings?

From autonomous cars to AlphaGo, we are entering a new era of artificial intelligence (A.I.). At the same time, however, the era we haven’t visited yet is creating new concerns. Although A.I. is still fairly unfamiliar to most people, we have already shared distress through diverse SF films. The movies from SF classics such as Blade Runner (1982), Terminator (1984), Bicentennial Man (1999), and I, Robot (2004) to the latest ones including Ex Machina (2015) have raised philosophical questions to us. Steven Spielberg's film A.I. (2001) is one of the masterpieces that pinpoints major issues of AI. The story is about a robot-boy, David, who sets out on a journey to regain his human mother’s love. Do you think we can understand his emotions? Or does he ever have emotions? Let’ think about it together after watching the film.

Date & Time September 7(Fri.), 13:30
Venue Lotte Cinema Pyeongchon thearter 3
Lecturer HAN Kiho(Chief of Korean Institute for the Studies of Philosophy Education / Professor of University College of Sungkyunkwan University)
Attendees Anyone (Teenagers and families welcomed)
Ticket Free of Charge (Advance online registration & admission on a first-come, first-served basis)
Contact (AIYouth Project Team)

※ The schedule is subject to change depending on circumstances.

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