6-8 October 2021
Europe/Berlin timezone

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The Human in the Center of Learning Systems

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Within the last years, machine learning has proved to be a technological game changer in various domains, ranging from medicine to robotics. Despite many advances and outstanding exhibitions of various systems endowed with artificial intelligence (AI), current approaches often lack flexibility, adaptability, robustness, and explainability: in contrast to humans, these systems are neither able to adapt a-priori knowledge to master new tasks, nor able to reflect on their own experience to actively explain and improve their performance. The KIT Science Week 2021 focuses on bringing the human back into the center of learning systems, by discussing the development of human-inspired, trustable, understandable, and adaptable AI technologies.

 

The conference will take place in the zoom Webinar:

https://kit-lecture.zoom.us/j/66888991440?pwd=Ym96MEtjVHlOalBwNlJNbWV6ZGFPUT09

 

 

 

Please note
  • This website is still under construction. More Information regarding the program and the speakers will follow.
  • All times are in 24h format. So hours from 00:00 to 11:59 are am, 12:00 to 23:59 are pm.

 

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