Robert J. Sawyer on "Forget About Killer Robots: How Humanity Will Continue to Prosper After the Advent of Super-Intelligent Machines." The first lecture in the 2010-11 Incite Your Curiosity lecture series at the Center for Values in Medicine, Science, and Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas.
Winner of Nebula and Hugo Awards for best science fiction writing, Robert J. Sawyer is the author of over twenty novels, including “Hominids,” “The Terminal Experiment” and “Mindscan.” His latest novel, “Watch,” is the second in his “WWW” trilogy that began with “Wake.” The TV series “FlashForward” was based on his novel of the same name.
Sawyer is the only writer in history to win the top science fiction awards in the United States, China, Japan, France, and Spain. He has taught writing at the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, Humber College, the National University of Ireland, and the Banff Centre.