On June 11-12, WikiTribune is covering CogX 2018, a festival which explores AI, blockchain, and emerging technologies.
Held in London, the event brings together more than 300 speakers and 5,000 attendees. Among those attending is Sophia the robot, the most advanced robot to date and the first to receive citizenship in any country, granted to her by Saudi Arabia in 2016.
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WikiTribune is interested in reporting on developments in artificial intelligence and blockchain, and their impact on politics, finance, and society.
Speakers WikiTribune want to interview include:
- Calum Chase, best-selling author of The Economic Singularity
- Jack Clark, strategy and communications director at OpenAI
Dr. Marta Garnelo, research scientist at DeepMind
- Professor A.C. Grayling, philosopher, author, and founder of the New College of Humanities
- Mevan Babakar, head of automated factchecking, Full Fact
A full list of the speakers can be found here.
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