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In our automated lives, we generate and interact with unprecedented amounts of data. This sea of Thanks to our underwriters Mondays at 7PM Beginning January 22 A Series of 6 Lectures Exploring Our World and Ourselves Presented by the University of Arizona College of Science lectures are free informationis constantly searched, catalogued, analyzed and referenced by machines with the & Innovation ability to uncover patterns unseen by their human eTEP creators. These new insights have far reaching implications for our society. From our everyday presence online, to scientists sequencing billions of genes or cataloging billions of stars, to cars that Cox Communications drive themselves-this series of six lectures will explore how the confluence of humans, data and Godat Design machines extends beyond science-raising new philosophical and ethical questions. Humans, Data and Machines Tucson Electric Fow Accelerate Diagnostics Arizona Daily Star Canyon Ranch Galileo Circle Holualoa Companies Marshall Foundation Nguyen & Tarbet Patent Law Raytheon Research Corporation for Science Advancement Tech Launch Arizona Monday, January 22 Problem Solving with Algorithms Monday, February 12 What Humans Do that Machines Cannot Monday, January 29 The Minds of Machines Monday, February 19 Machine Influencers and Decision Makers Join us at UA's Centennial Hall with pay-per-use parking in the Tyndall Ave Garage. Lectures are free and begin at 7PM. For complete series information please visit: Monday, February s Working Alongside Thinking Machines Monday, February 26 There Is No Such Thing as Big Datia UA Science uascience.org