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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Join us as the brilliant, insightful (and witty) Dr. Hannah Fry delves into the world of algorithms. From driverless cars, to justice, to health, algorithms are everywhere...improving efficiency, facilitating decisions and eradicating human bias. Or, is there more to the story and is something more sinister going on? For our first Technocurious event, we investigate the astonishing new tech-enabled world we're living in where data decides our individual and collective fates.

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Eleanor O'Keeffe


A co-founder of 5x15, Eleanor previously directed a number of literature festivals internationally. She holds a PhD in 17th century Irish history, which has equiped her perfectly for techno-perplexion.

Hannah Fry


An Associate Professor in the Mathematics of Cities at UCL, Hannah Fry has presented numerous documentaries for the BBC and also hosts the BBC science podcast, 'The Curious Cases of Rutherford and Fry'. Her latest book is Hello World.



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