Artificial Intelligence

  • 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 […]

  • Many years ago, the political theorist Hannah Arendt, wrote a compelling account of the impact of modernity on the human race entitled ‘The Human Condition: A study of the Central Dilemmas Facing Modern Man.”  If nothing else, the book was prescient: it commented on the potentially negative impact of science and technology on both the individual […]

 

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