South London’s Bold Tendencies is hosting an evening discussion titled Killer Robots with artist and writer James Bridle on July 30.
Killer Robots comes as the fourth installment of a five-part series with Bridle examining the themes of The Right To Flight, a Bold Tendencies summer project involving a balloon attached with aerial cameras and darknet routers flying over London, “researching and investigating flight, surveillance, networks, cities and utopia”.
Joining Bridle for Killer Robots will be Alice Ross and Jack Serle, the editors of The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, as well as Thomas Nash, the Director of Article 36 and joint coordinator of International Network on Explosive Weapons.
See the Bold Tendencies event page for details. **
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