Artificial Intelligence

  • Dear Friends, We would like to inform you that we are hosting an upcoming AI Forum Hungary event. The Summer Talk will discuss the topic of Vaccine Passports and their implications for the world of Artificial Intelligence and more. The talk will take place on 14th June 2021 at 16:00 Budapest time and will broadcasted live […]

  • SUMMARY In December 2020, the AI Forum Hungary held its annual conference.  Due to Covid-19 travel restrictions, the event was held online, although it is fair to say that it did not inhibit lively discussion and the sharing of new perspectives on a range of AI themes. As always, a key speaker provided a comprehensive overview […]

  • AGENDA ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FORUM HUNGARY 2020 1 & 2 December 2020 DAY 1:  1 DECEMBER 2020 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND PANDEMICS 15:00-15:15  Welcome and Introduction – Andrew Dolan, CSNSC UK 15:15-15:45  AI Ethics in 2020: Where are we now, and where next – Rune Nyrup, Cambridge University 15:45-16:15   The AI Contribution to Managing Covid-19:  Modeling  and Prediction – Dr. Nathaniel Huppert, […]

  • Nagy-Britanniában először 2020 május 5-én fogják elkezdeni használni a korona vírus járvány megállítására kifejlesztett applikációt. A helyszín: Isle of Wight, viszonylag kisszámú lakossággal – az applikációnak a teljes brit lakosságra való kiterjesztése ennek a próbaüzemnek a sikerétől függ.

  • by Richard Hoskins

  • “If mankind’s so-called technological progress were to become an enemy of the common good, this would lead to an unfortunate regression to a form of barbarianism dictated by the law of the strongest.”..

  • 4th December 2019 Budapest WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION Andrew DOLAN – Welcome and introduction SESSION 1: THE IMPACT OF AI ON LEGAL SYSTEMS, STRUCTURES AND SERVICE dr. Miklós KLENANC PwC, Hungary: What will be the consequences of artificial intelligence for the legal profession – storm in a teacup?” – Slides/ Audio file to listen Hon. Richard […]

  • 4th December 2019 – Budapest

  • Reading Stuart Russell’s new book, ‘Human Compatible’, which ventures into the depths of superhuman machine intelligence, I was reminded of an earlier work of science fiction, which addressed humanity’s interface with non-human intelligence. John Wyndham’s ‘The Kraken Wakes’, a typical 1950s science fiction thriller, the global community is facing up to a threat from the […]

  • A recent article in ‘Wired’, entitled ‘Silicon Valley’s Secret Philosophers Should Share Their Work’, by Alexis Papazoglou, stirred my interest. I was as curious as the author to learn how so-called ‘tech giants’ embed philosophers and ethicists into their programmes – how they are recruited, their experience or skill sets and crucially, what they do […]


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