Invitation to the 5th Chief Minister’s Governance Lecture
When: Monday, 2 December 2019 at 4.00pm, with a reception to follow.
Where: The Bradman Room, Manuka Oval, Manuka Circle, Griffith, ACT, 2603
Please join the Territory Records Office and Mr Andrew Barr, MLA for the 5th Chief Minister’s Governance Lecture.
Emeritus Professor John Halligan, Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra, will deliver the Lecture on Established as a body politic…: thirty years of self-government in the ACT.
The Chief Minister’s Governance Lecture aims to highlight the riches of the archives of the ACT Government and their relevance to current debates.
This is a free event, however bookings are essential as placed are limited. To attend, RSVP online by 29 November 2019.
Dr Lucas’ keynote will be about the trendy use of algorithms disguised as AI. After an introduction discussing the importance and ubiquity of AI, Richard asks who is helping whom? Then he will talk about the possibility of AI as a substitute for human thinking about ethics. Finally, Richard will show examples of the use of AI in justice and education.