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13/10/2022 – Bahador BAHRAMI

par Ludovic FERRAND - publié le , mis à jour le

Date : Jeudi 13 octobre 2022
Heure : 10h30 - 12h00
Lieu : TEAMS


Human and autonomous artificial agents have already started to interact with each other as equals with diverging interests and preferences. The introduction of virtual bots, mechanical robots, and algorithmic medical or legal advisors in human society creates hybrid interactions in which humans have to adjust and invent new norms of social interaction. Many such hybrid interactions have no evolutionary precedents. Take for example, a self-driving Peugeot that is equipped with capacity to coordinate with and access the distributed collective memory of all other Peugeots on the roads ; mistreatment by a human would be noted not just by the one self-driving AI victim but by all Peugeots on the road. In my talk we will discuss how research in social cognitive neuroscience can inform and help us anticipate the social implications of these future interactions ?


Bahador BAHRAMI (Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, London, UK)