From mediocre online chat bots to ChatGPT passing law exams less than a year after it was released, technology is developing at a dizzying pace. More intelligent machines mean more ability us humans have to offload our work to robots. Why do something when a machine could do it for you? What if we automated everything?

Join us for a quick-fire quiz, quite a good science demo, and Q&A with our panel of speakers.

Professor Sarah Pink is an award winning design and futures anthropologist and documentary filmmaker. She is currently Professor and Director of the Emerging Technologies Research Lab at Monash, where she researches the use of new, emerging and possible technologies.


Dr Eric Hsu is a Lecturer in Sociology at the University of South Australia. His work has made contributions to the sociology of sleep, the social theory of disasters, and his research also extends into the social study of robotic technologies. He is the co-creator and host of The Sociology of Everything podcast.


Dr Rebecca Marrone is a Lecturer in Learning Sciences and Development for the Centre for Change and Complexity in Learning (C3L) at the University of South Australia Education Futures. Her research is primarily in the fields of creativity, educational psychology and human and artificial cognition across varying educational contexts.

Hosted by Bill Egan.


Free event, drinks available for purchase from 5pm.
Galleries will be open until 6pm to give attendees an opportunity to explore the BROKEN exhibition before the event.


Presented in association with the UniSA Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence.