Robocup 2019 Talks

There will be a series of workshops to attend during RoboCup 2019.

RoboEthics

Join UNSW robots and AI expert Professor Toby Walsh, researcher and digital strategist Kate Devlin, philosopher Matthew Beard and legal ethicist Justine Rogers to tackle these moral dilemmas and determine how these rapidly emerging technologies will impact our tomorrow.

Date: 04 July 2019
Time: 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Location: Lower Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall

To book your tickets, please visit the below website.

Book your RoboEthics tickets

RoboWarfare

Join law expert Lyria Bennett Moses, professor of AI Toby Walsh and autonomous weapons systems researcher Jai Galliott, to explore the quandaries and benefits of robots and AI on the frontline.

Date: 04 July 2019
Time: 7:30pm – 8:30pm
Location: Lower Town Hall, Sydney Town Hall

To book your tickets, please visit the below website.

Book your RoboWarfare tickets

RoboReveal

We have already welcomed robots into our homes, cars and pockets, so what’s next? Will they be joining soldiers on the battlefield, sitting next to us in the office or replacing our human friends? Join Marita Cheng, Toby Walsh and more for a discussion on the exciting (and sometimes daunting) developments in robotic technology.

Date: 04 July 2019
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Location: Room E3.1 & E3.2, Level 3, Exhibition Centre, ICC Sydney

To book your tickets, please visit the below website.

Book your RoboReveal tickets

Jobs of the Future

Date: Thursday 4 July
Time: 10am – 11am

Prepare to thrive in the future world of work

Presented by the University of Newcastle, this workshop gives students a glimpse into the changing world of work, what the jobs of the future might look like and what skills will be required to thrive in it.

Hear from academic and industry speakers such as Andreas Antoniades, Lead Avionics Engineer at Sabre Aeronautics and mechanical engineering expert, Associate Professor Craig Wheeler.

High School students who are creative and like to solve problems would benefit highly from this event.

To secure your attendance, please email febe-engage@newcastle.edu.au