Everyone talks about Artificial Intelligence, but ... Is it happening? - Lecture WinterLAB 2019
22
Nov
2019
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Nov
2019
Community meeting and critical and creative use of technology
Everyone talks about Artificial Intelligence, but ... Is it happening? - Lecture
22
Nov
2019
During the last 5 years, Artificial Intelligence has been talked about in all kinds of me-dia with frequency and passion. But ... Is it a reality? Is it already happening in our daily lives or is it just a reality in research labs?
Photo: Isabel Fernández

Everyone talks about Artificial Intelligence, but ... Is it happening? - Lecture

During the last 5 years, Artificial Intelligence has been talked about in all kinds of me-dia with frequency and passion. But ... Is it a reality? Is it already happening in our daily lives or is it just a reality in research labs?

22
Nov
2019
11:30 to 12:15
Everyone talks about Artificial Intelligence, but ... Is it happening? - Lecture

Photo: Isabel Fernández

The principles that define it and the mosaic of methodologies applied are not new. What has changed in recent years so that work around Artificial Intelligence has intensified? What new fuel has appeared to launch the latest revolution we are experiencing?

And this great potential leads us to a debate about the responsible application of Artificial Intelligence. All transformative technology entails ethical dilemmas as to how to regulate its use and access. What kind of dilemmas do we face? Will we be able to solve them? How did we do so on other occasions, in previous revolutions?

With the aim of rigorously clarifying some complex questions and sharing the state of maturity of this field, the aim is to give clear and understandable answers to all these questions. Attendees will be invited to take part in the discussion by sharing their vision and adding their own questions.

Given by: Isabel Fernandez, Managing Director & Lead of Advanced Analytics at Iberia Accenture

Isabel Fernández, Ph.D. in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, currently directs the Applied Intelligence division at Accenture in Spain, Portugal and Israel. Previously she worked in academia and in the management of several companies. Her role as a researcher began with the Machine Learning and Chaos Theory. She continues her career focused on how digital business models offer cost effectiveness, committed employees and loyal customers to companies such as ING Direct, Havas Media or American Express.

 

 

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