We invite you all to an interesting event highly related to the thematics of EMbeDS:
- Human Centered Artificial Intelligence - Short and long terms challenges towards a digital humanism
A conversation presenting, in a popular way, the major scientific challenges that must be faced in the coming years to have both a trust-based adoption of AI and the design of a society that is not overwhelmed by AI but steers it in a direction that is beneficial for the individual and society.
The event will host an invited speech by Joshua Bengio, Turing award recipient (the 'Nobel prize' for Computer Science) on Machine Learning.
You can find more details in the enclosed leaflet, and below.
The event, organized by Regione Toscana and by the Tuscan Center on Big Data, Data Science, and AI (CBDAI, which involves several EMbeDS members).
Title: Human Centered Artificial Intelligence - Short and long terms challenges towards a digital humanism
When: Saturday the 8th of October, from 12:00 to 14:00.
Where: Sala degli Stemmi, Scuola Normale Superiore
Invited speech (online): The gap between AI and Human Intelligence: how to bridge it? Yoshua Bengio, University of Montreal, Alan Turing Award recipient