Artificial Intelligence

  • 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 […]

  • RESEARCH PROPOSAL The implication of the continuing evolution of artificial intelligence for society has yet to be fully appreciated in Hungary.  That does not imply that people are totally unfamiliar with the basic contours of machine intelligence but rather that how it might be used and what the potential consequences might be.   Indeed, there has been […]

  • by Nathaniel Hupert, MD MPH People who are either very lucky or very unlucky don’t have a doctor.  If you do have one, chances are she or he is intelligent, at a minimum in the sense of being competent at carrying out an integrated, purpose-driven set of deliberative functions aimed at maintaining or restoring your health. (If […]

  • Discerning trends in Artificial Intelligence (AI) is never easy. Anyone familiar with predicting AI trends will know historically that there has been too many false dawns and especially in recent years, too much hype. What, therefore, might 2019 hold for us? Judging by the pattern of events over the past 12 months, I would submit that […]

  • Not long after his death last year, Stephen Hawking’s final literary contribution was published under the title ‘BRIEF ANSWERS TO THE BIG QUESTIONS’. In chapter 9, he returned to a subject that had much vexed him in his later years, namely ‘Will artificial intelligence outsmart us?’ Hawking was known to harbour deep reservations about some aspects […]

  • ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FORUM HUNGARY  5th December 2018 Budapest 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. Guest speakers: Richard HOSKINS, retired-FBI – USA: AI and the Future of Law Enforcement Zoltán BÁCS, […]

  •  by Richard B. HOSKINS I have to confess that I feel somewhat unqualified to speak here today. Not so much due to lack of familiarity with the topic, but rather because I must admit to some degree of hypocrisy or bias. You see, there have been occasions in my career when the future in the form […]

  • Less than a week ago, at the second AI FORUM Hungary conference in Budapest, one of the speakers provided some insight into possible malicious applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). 

  • The second annual conference of the Artificial Intelligence Forum Hungary took place at the EIFFEL Palace, in Budapest on Wednesday 5 December 2018. 

 

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