From John Le Carré to the new James Bond, have you ever fancied your chances working in espionage? Well, now’s the time to put your abilities to the test as AI-Spy arrives at Broadgate’s The Space | 3 FA.
Open 9am-6pm, Monday 18 November to Friday 29 November (excluding the weekend)
In an experience that’ll test your emotional, verbal and psychological responses, new espionage agency, AI6, will be assessing you for a potential career (will you be a Spymaster, a Spy Catcher or in the accounts department?).
Powered by the latest in Artificial Intelligence, and using the interactive storytelling technology platform, Charisma.ai created by StoryFutures & London technology house To Play For, you’ll be interviewed by our spymaster, Alistair, to gauge your personality type and what role you might play in AI6 – where will you land on the AI-Spy leaderboard?
This innovative immersive experience, developed by Royal Holloway University, uses state-of-the-art emotion tracking and will examine how AI can trigger, read, and respond to human emotions.
Visitors will get a chance to test how well an AI can read them through VR & 2D experiences that explore how your fears influence decision making in your daily life.
Pop in on weekdays at 9am-6pm, on 18-29 November, and put your skills under the microscope.
Fear and AI: Will I Be Replaced?
Wednesday 27 November | 6-8pm | The Space | 3 FA
For those who wish to delve deeper into the ideas and technology behind AI-Spy, a panel talk on Fear and AI: Will I Be Replaced? will take place on Wednesday 27 November from media and technology expert Guy Gadney, from Charisma.ai, and Sara Bernardini, Professor of AI from Royal Holloway University. Guy & Sara will be discussing the impact artificial intelligence could have on our daily lives.
A co-founder of To Play For, the media technology company behind Charisma.ai and the former Head of Digital for Penguin Books UK, Guy Gadney brings a wealth of experience working at the intersection of media and technology for over 20 years.
As a former research scientist at NASA Ames Research Center, Sara Bernardini has published more than forty peer-reviewed papers on autonomy in premier journals such as "Artificial Intelligence" and “Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research”. Currently, the Professor of Artificial Intelligence at Royal Holloway University of London, Sara’s interests revolve around designing and building Intelligent and Autonomous Systems for practical applications.
Book your free place here.