One of the most talked-about issues of our day is artificial intelligence. There is a growing trend of fully automated technology (e.g., driver-less cars) coming into our lives but how far is too far when it comes to robots and automated technology? Are we giving up too much control? What are the legal boundaries? Where are the moral boundaries? How does it impact humanity?

We will tackle those issues and more during the 4th Annual Bradley Ethics lecture with Dr. Kenneth Taylor, Henry Waldgrave Stuart Professor of Philosophy at Stanford University. His presentation, "The Robots Are Coming: Ethics, Politics and Society in the Age of Artificial Intelligence," is free and open to the public on Tuesday, March 26 at 7 p.m. in Bradley Hall, Neumiller Lecture Hall.

This lecture is organized by the Bradley Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies and funded by the Intellectual and Cultural Activities Committee.