HumaneAI interview series: Marko Grobelnik, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jozef Stefan Institute

Marko Grobelnik, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jozef Stefan Institute
Marko Grobelnik, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Jozef Stefan Institute

My blue sky projects for AI in Europe would be two, the first to predict future events in society and the other to create broad AI with common sense reasoning.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 #data ‏ #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Raja Chatila, Sorbonne University

Raja Chatila, Sorbonne University
Raja Chatila, Sorbonne University

My blue sky project for AI in Europe is to make ai interact with the really world and understand how it can do that efficiently.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 #data ‏ #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Samuel Kaski, Finnish Centre for Artificial Intelligence

Samuel Kaski, Finnish Centre for Artificial Intelligence
Samuel Kaski, Finnish Centre for Artificial Intelligence

My blue sky project for AI in Europe is to have a machine, an AI that is able to assist humans in design. By design I mean as in artistic design but also designing of engineering systems, traffic systems, designing which drugs to give people based on what has been measured of the people, etc.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 #data ‏ #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Paul Lukowicz, DFKI

Paul Lukowicz, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Paul Lukowicz, German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence

My blue sky project for AI in Europe would be developing blue sky technology that could at a certain stage interact with humans in a social context in such a way that people would accept it as an equal and helpful partner

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 #data ‏ #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Chiara Boldrini, National Research Council of Italy

Chiara Boldrini, National Research Council of Italy
Chiara Boldrini, National Research Council of Italy

My blue sky project for AI in Europe is to fix the problem of the lack of data.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 #data ‏ #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Michael Klein, VU University Amsterdam

Michael Klein, VU University Amsterdam
Michael Klein, VU University Amsterdam

My blue sky project for AI in Europe is to have an integrated framework where we combine all the knowledge and technologies that we have to understand what people are doing and why.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019  #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Helena Lindgren, Umeå University

Helena Lindgren, Umeå University
Helena Lindgren, Umeå University

My bluesky project for AI in Europe, for people, for society it would be to use cognitive tools for individuals is a system that can help individuals cope with everyday living and working, managing stress and everyday conflicts and interests in your daily life.

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019 @umeauniversitet #artificialintelligence #videolectures  

HumaneAI interview series: Viviana Gropengiesser, German Entrepreneurship GmbH

Viviana Gropengiesser, German Entrepreneurship GmbH
Viviana Gropengiesser, German Entrepreneurship GmbH

“My bluesky project for AI in Europe would be to educate on all levels what opportunities we have and what is happening and bring people together to create something that everyone participated in or can participate in the future and change the future to something we all want to live in”

Organized by HumaneAI, Berlin, Germany, May 2019, #artificialintelligence  #videolectures

Human side of Artificial Intelligence project kick-off

Today in Berlin at the CINIQ center, thirty-five of the most relevant AI institutions in Europe including K4A, met for the kick-off of the Humane AI project. An endeavour to develop the scientific foundations and technological breakthroughs needed to shape the ongoing AI revolution. The ambitious goal is to design and deploy AI systems that enhance human capabilities and empower both individuals and society as a whole to develop AI that extends rather than replaces human intelligence.

Discussion on opportunities and challenges of Humans and Artificial Intelligence

We were invited by UNESCO to be part of the opening panel to their main conference Principles for AI: Towards a Humanistic Approach. The panel discussed the main challenges and opportunities in ensuring the development of artificial intelligence that serves humanity. We briefly presented our projects connecting humanity and AI such as HumaneAI and the Network of Excellence in AI in Africa. Speakers included the first Minister for Artificial Intelligence, Tencent, Facebook, Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and more.