In 2017, Googles DeepMind AlphaGo artificial intelligence defeated the worlds number one Go player Ke Jie. This was considered significant as Go is one of the worlds most complex games and this capability was thought to be another 20 years or so away. The AI built its capability by studying historical matches and playing thousands of games against itself to learn strategies. This felt like a tipping point for technology, finally beating its human creator with more than just brute force techniques. Five years on, the debate is less about what AI can do, and more about the ethics and morality of AI and Robotics. As organisations seek to embrace productivity savings and improvements from use of this technology, there are a number of talking points about the direction of travel that we will look to explore in this podcast. Questions such as should you say please and thank you to a chatbot, why are people outraged when we kick a robot dog, how can we build trust in AI rather than suspicion and doubt.