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Fictional human and real robot: sharing spaces with robots (interactive display and film screening)

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Fictional human and real robot: sharing spaces with robots (interactive display and film screening)

Date: Wednesday 23 November 2016
Time: 04.00 PM to 08.00 PM
Venue: The Void, Owen 123, Sheffield Hallam University

In a future where intelligent androids are fully integrated with everyday life, how do we distinguish ourselves as human?

The film made on 19th and 20th November will be screened at 17:00pm on Wednesday 23 November at Sheffield Hallam University, followed by an informal discussion.

The interactive display of work in robot, AI and VR technology developed by Sheffield Hallam University's Materials and Engineering Research Institute and Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute researchers at Sheffield Robotics will also be open.

Throughout the week of the Being Human Festival, a complementary exhibition depicting robots and their usage via different mediums will be on display at Bank Street Arts.

Free admission, no booking required

Related events Fictional human and real robot: sharing spaces with robots (exhibition)
Fictional human and real robot: sharing spaces with robots (interactive display, scriptwriting workshop and filmmaking session)

Event enquiries l.alboul@shu.ac.ukFictionalHuman@shu.ac.uk

Led by Sheffield Hallam University

In partnership with Bank Street Arts, Crisis Skylight South Yorkshire, Soslimm Entertainments UK

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