ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FORUM HUNGARY
5th December 2018
SESSION 1: LAW ENFORCEMENT AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
This segment of the workshop was focused primarily on the use of AI in law enforcement policies including the use of drones, robots and cyber tools.
Richard HOSKINS, retired-FBI – USA: AI and the Future of Law Enforcement
Zoltán BÁCS, NKE – HUN: A mesterséges intelligencia preventív felhasználása – Preventive use of AI
Andrew DOLAN, CSNSC Ltd -UK: The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence, Keeping us Safe
SESSION 2: AI CHALLENGES IN THE LEGAL FIELD
A number of legal figures in Hungary did expand on a number of legal themes which were actually initiated last year, ranging from the use of AI in profiling and case support to machine rights and the legal implications of autonomous vehicles.
Dr. Miklós KLENANC, PwC Legal – HUN: Mikor “kész” a mesterséges intelligencia? – A felelősségi kérdésekről röviden – When is AI “ready” – Briefly about liability issues
Dr. Ágnes MARTONY, CSNSC – HUN – A szabályozás elkerülhetetlen?
SESSION 3: EMBEDDED ETHICS AND AI DESIGN
This issue was examined on the experience of some of PwC’s major clients. Speakers from the design university of Hungary (MOME) did examine the impact on education. The problem of ethics and weapons technology and also existential risk was examined as well.
Ákos CSERTÁN, UX designer, MOME, HUN: Designer vs intention
Márton SZENTPÉTERIdesign theorist,MOME, HUN: AI a középkorban?
Gábor RIBAPwC, HUN: AI ethics – a cornerstone of AI success
Gergely KISSAttrecto Zrt – HUN: Research, Application and Impact of Artificial Intelligence
SESSION 4: AI AS A MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC ‘FORCE MULTIPLIER’
AI was examined in support of predictive indicators and warnings related to the pandemic outbreak and spread in an urban environment and how AI tools would support public health monitoring and other containment strategies.
Attila FERIK, GE – HUN: Medical imaging augmented with AI
Gergő REMETEMSc, JD. PwC – HUN: AI as our doctor: challenges and opportunities