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Here you will find news from SELHuG and the Bromley Humanists.

New Cross March meeting: Digital Humanism

When: Thursday 1st March 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Digital Humanism – shaping a future for people and robots We all have a vague idea about a digital future, if only from watching movies like Bladerunner, I Robot, or Terminator. But what’s the reality? What exactly are artificial intelligence, machine learning and neural networks?… Read more »

January British Museum visit: Living with Gods

Where: British Museum  We will meet by the information desk at 11am. When: Saturday 6 January. Tickets: Adult tickets are £15, concessions £12, under-16s go free. Booking ahead is advised. If you would like us to book your ticket in advance, let us know at selhuginfo@gmail.com (or mention it at a meeting) and bring cash on the day. For… Read more »

New Cross February meeting: Singapore on Thames

When: Thursday 1st February 2018, 7.30pm Where: New Cross (map) Singapore on Thames: who benefits from Britain’s development strategy? One vision of post-Brexit Britain is a low tax economy like Singapore. In January Theresa May said no deal would be better than a bad deal with the EU because “we would have the freedom to… Read more »

Review: December Brunch

On Sunday 17th December we held our December Brunch in Greenwich at Al Pancino. Unfortunately the chef was late so we ended up feasting mostly on pastries and coffee instead of the expected cooked breakfasts, but the conversation was brisk and interesting so none of us were too bothered. Then it was time to go… Read more »

Review: Mythmas and non-religious carols

Non-religious carols We had a great party in December and the best thing was singing! We held a ‘Carol Competition’ to see who could write the best non-religious words to a Christmas carol, and then, to the able accompaniment of Phil Walder on guitar, we sang the entries. Who knew the group contained so many… Read more »