NJSZT’s Exhibition on Computer History, Szent-Györgyi Albert Agora, Szeged
from 4 pm on 2 November 2017
The temporary exhibition AI and Robots was organized by the John von Neumann Computer Society (NJSZT) and was presented alongside NJSZT’s permanent Exhibition on Computer History. Prolonged for a month, the immensely successful temporary exhibition will be closed in Szeged on 2 November.
We will part with the Robot Man of Szeged and other emblematic objects and subject areas of robotics in the company of István Nemere, a living classic of Hungarian science fiction.
“Humanity may greatly benefit from robotization. [...] I doubt, for instance, that robots will ever subjugate mankind,” Nemere said in a recent interview.
During the programme, we will talk with one of Hungary’s most prolific writers not only about robots but also about his career as a writer and his works that cover a much wider area than the genre of science fiction.
A guided tour of the exhibition AI and Robots will be given after the talk.
The programme starts at 4 pm on 2 November.
Venue of the programme: NJSZT’s Exhibition on Computer History, Szent-Györgyi Albert Agora, Szeged, Kálvária sgt. 23.
Media support for the event is provided by the sci-fi magazine Galaktika.