"AI & I"-Start
With "AI and Philosophy" the new series of the Vodafone Institute on the influence of artificial intelligence on society was launched. On the podium: Luciano Floridi, Nuria Oliver, Alexander Görlach and Hannes Ametsreiter.
AI and Anthropology
September 27th 2018: In the second event of the dialogue series, Sir Nigel Shadbolt and Alexander Görlach will talk about the interplay between human and technology.
AI in Germany
Is Germany losing ground in the increasingly strategic field of Artificial Intelligence? An overview of the country’s scientific, economic and political efforts.
Only 3 more days left to our Event #AIandI (bit.ly/2NmWIaM): “AI and Anthropology” in Berlin at Hotel de Rome. Please register for participation under event[at]Vodafone-institut.de and tune in to our livestream at:
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4 days left until the 2nd event of our dialogue series #AIandI starts! This time with Sir @Nigel_Shadbolt and Senior Fellow Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs @agoerlach. Please register under event[at]Vodafone-institut.de! Livestream: bit.ly/2pcrnKg pic.twitter.com/cXIoOARtZu
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One week left before the amazing conference 3sconference.org is kicking off! Watch why @tiimenow Chief Impact Catalyst & @FLANE_VFI Advisory Board Member @Heddapm is co-organizing an conference on #impact management in #Barcelona! vimeo.com/273861698
About 4 days ago from Vodafone Institute's Twitter via Sprout Social
Philosopher Luciano Floridi
For the philosopher Luciano Floridi, it is crucial to understand what we want to use new technologies for – experts still do not ask enough ethical questions about AI.
What do people think of the ongoing technological revolution?
“From Amsterdam to Paris in half an hour” – Tim Houter
"Safety last?" in Brussels 2018 - Highlights
F-LANE introduces its next cohort for Spring 2018.
Kate Darling on robot-human interaction
Manuela Schwesig calls for more support to women working in the technology sector