14 September 2018, Knowledge Centre Theatre, London, NW1 2DB

This event is part of the Data Debates series, which is a collaboration between The Alan Turing Institute and the British Library.

From drones and ransomware to disinformation, new technologies are enabling new kinds of conflict. Is a cyber attack an act of war? With artificial intelligence poised to revolutionise the speed and impact of attacks, how can we prevent cyberspace turning into a battleground? The expert panel discusses these and other issues.

The Debate will be chaired by writer and broadcaster Timandra Harkness. Timandra presents BBC Radio 4 series, FutureProofing, and has presented the documentaries, Data, Data Everywhere, Personality Politics & The Singularity.


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