By Andrew Dolan 20 July 2021 A studied reflection on current trends in Artificial Intelligence (AI) at the moment would suggest some insightful trends. These trends are by no means representative of all of the technical developments in the field – but perhaps they do generate some issues, which require elucidation or at least comment.
1 & 2 December 2020 – ONLINE FORUM 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, Cornell University, USA 16:15-16:45 The AI Contribution to Managing Pandemics: Public Health from Ebola to Covid-19 – Dr. Neal Woolen, University of Nebraska, USA 16:45-18:00 Open Forum – Chair: Andrew Dolan, CSNSC UK DAY 2: 2 DECEMBER…
In the second decade of the 21st century it became clear that the security dimensions generally accepted earlier are undergoing transformations and changes at a level which provokes a general overview and significant completion of all previous scientific opinions in this realm.
PRESENTATION GIVEN FOR V4 SUMMER SCHOOL AT THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY FOR PUBLIC SERVICE BUDAPEST, HUNGARY JULY 2017