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How can we keep robots under control?

In a science fiction scenario, robots turn against humans to dominate the world. But robots cannot make emotional and conscious decisions. However, they can become so complex and unpredictable that even the creators are not able to control them and this affects our lives. In this lecture, Fillipo Santoni de Sio tells us what we should do to keep robots under control.

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Dr. Filippo Santoni de Sio

Dr. Filippo Santoni de Sio is a tech philosopher at TU Delft

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