Dr Kathleen Bryson
postdoctoral researcher, Queen Mary/UCL
Kathleen Bryson received her PhD in Biological Anthropology from UCL in 2017, and has taught evolutionary anthropology at UCL, the Westminster School, CityLit and ProCredit Academy. She specialises in studies of ambiguity tolerance in humans and other great apes, in particular evolutionary theory applied to ingroup/outgroup distinctions, including human-animal, human-machine, heterosexual-homosexual and male-female alterities. She has had three novels of speculative fiction published, the most recent being The Stagtress (Fugue State Press, 2019).
Saturday 2 November, 14:00 Frobisher 4-6
From robots to AI: can you build a human?