Workshop on Open Source AI

Artificial intelligence will reach human levels by around 2029. Follow that out further to, say, 2045, we will have multiplied the intelligence, the human biological machine intelligence of our civilization a billion-fold.” — Ray Kurzweil

Artificial intelligence promises to aid and augment humans in all facets of our life. As the decisions made by an intelligent system may have wide implications, ethical questions must be resolved as the technology development progresses. Open RD&E can help to increase the trust and reduce the risks.

In this workshop, we have a twofold goal:

  1. bring together scientists, users, and vendors to talk about open source platforms and models for artificial intelligence.
  2. discuss socially relevant use cases and challenges and how they are addressed with AI.
Registration deadline February 20th, 2019
Date 5th, April, 2019
Venue AI lab, room 185, 1st floor, Polly Vacher, CS department, Reading University, Travel information
Contact Dr. Julian Kunkel

This workshop is sponsored by BCS.

For further workshop details, see the official workshop page

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