Wednesday, 9 January 2019

The Role of the Intelligent Machine in Organized Crime

Interdisciplinary Research Event


The Centre for Applied Legal Research is funding an event at Bristol Law School on Wednesday 30th January 2019 called 'The Role of the Intelligent Machine in Organized Crime' and invites interested scholars from any discipline to attend. 

The event will be held 12:30-17:00 in Room 4X113, Frenchay Campus, Bristol Law School, UWE Bristol. Registration is required but it is free to attend and lunch and refreshments will be provided. For more information click here.


A black and white image of a woman wearing a skirt and blouse holding the controls of a machine that stands as high as her shoulder. It is made of metal and has several shelves and wires. Standing higher and wider than both of them is a an arm-like machine screwed to the ground with large cables running from it. They appear to be in a laboratory.
Electronics Engineer Sharon Hogge with HT3 and ROBART I robots, 1983. US Public Domain.

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