Humans – The Future of Artificial Intelligence?

Location: Library & Learning Center Ceremonial Hall 1 and YouTube livestream Starting on 19 October 2022 at 18:00 WU matters. WU talks.
Type Lecture
LanguageEnglish
Organizer WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Marketing & Communications

The latest trends in AI

This Event is organized by the Department of Information Systems and Operations Management

We’re about to see a new artificial intelligence (AI) revolution, driven by two major trends: first, the development of hybrid AI systems that combine techniques from AI’s historically disparate sub-fields, and second, human-centric AI, which gives humans more control over these powerful, intelligent systems. Can these trends help us master the technical, legal, and ethical challenges AI is still facing? In this lecture, WU Professor Marta Sabou will give an overview of these AI trends and discuss their impact on WU research and teaching.

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