Round table: Social Implications of Autonomy and Automation

Technological innovation in autonomy and automation has the potential to create tremendous benefits, as well as challenges, for the society. At the MED ’18 Round table entitled “Social Implications of Autonomy and Automation“, the panelists will discuss these benefits and challenges and explore future implications on the society.

The panelists include: Sandra Hirche, Technical University Munich; Anthony Tzes, New York University – Abu Dhabi; Kimon Valavanis, University of Denver; and Panos Antsaklis, University of Notre Dame (Chair).

Meet the panelists and join us for an engaging discussion on Thursday June 21 at 16:00 – 17:30!

(The meeting room at the Hotel Kolovare will be announced in the final program.)