Served in Rehua 005. — Tea, coffee, juice, lemonade, savouries, muffins, danish, fruit. Ideal for a late breakfast or late lunch if you need it.
Buy your own at one of the campus eateries. Guides will be waiting for you if needed on the ground floor of Karl Popper (KP1). KP1 is the admin HQ for the conference, and is a great gathering place. Always open: welcome to chill out at the tables or on the sofas. For lunch, some of us love Ancestral, on the ground floor of the Ernest Rutherford Building. Asian—cheap, fast and good.
Wednesday, 7:30–9.30 p.m. Ada Lovelace’s Birthday Party
On the eve of Ada’s 205th birthday, following the Lovelace Lecture (6.30–7.30 p.m.). KP1, outside if fine. Buffet dinner, birthday cake, tea, coffee and juice. Vegan and gluten free cake also available. BYOG. A few bottles provided for the bottle-less.
Thursday. Morning and afternoon tea
Served in Rehua 005.
Buy your own on campus. If in doubt, try Therapy+ Café in the Rehua Building.
Thursday, 6–7 p.m. Apéro
Following the final paper (4.40–5.40 p.m.), an apéro will be served on KP1. Canapés, coffee, tea, juice. BYOG. A few bottles provided.
Wednesday–Thursday. The inner sanctum
Throughout the conference, there will be coffee, tea, lemonade and biscuits in the Philosophy tea room, 613 on KP6. The ideal place for deep philosophical discussions about AI.
Except for lunches, food and drinks are gratis to registrants.