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Toward Human-Centric Trustworthy Systems

Time Friday 11 December, 2020 at 12:15 - 13:00
Place Online via Zoom

From the human-AI interaction view, some major achievements of Artificial Intelligent (AI) technology that have been highlighted are the ones when AI-based technology has beaten humans in activities that usually were devoted to humans, e.g. Chess game, Go game, etc. However, we have seen less successful stories where AI technology has helped people to overcome their basic problems, e.g. improve their social skills, stop smoking, etc. In this talk, we call for a Human-Centric Trustworthy AI technology that aims to help people and not to beat people in their daily activities.

To participate in the seminar #frAIday, please register here. We will send you a link to the Zoom event. 

Event type: Lecture
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Juan Carlos Nieves Sanchez
Associate professor
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