At the end of November the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence at Cambridge University hosted a two-day event gathering historians and practioners from around the world. I was pleased to be invited to participate in the opening plenary panel discussion on The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Views from History. The panel was open to the public and the livestream is available on Youtube. In the private workshop held the following day, I presented on my work on chess and artificial intelligence as well as on a new project on work, automation, and autonomous vehicles.