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Panel Discussion: AI and Solutionism

As the phrase “Artificial Intelligence” is applied to cover an ever-widening range of computational practices, attracting both attention, research and funding to all sorts of private and…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on June 29th, 2022 10 plays 0  

Markus Naarttijärvi: Rule of Law as a Foundation for Critical AI Analysis

The Rule of Law is a foundational value of the modern democratic state. It contains within its most influential conceptualizations key legal principles to reduce arbitrariness in the exercise of…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on June 29th, 2022 2 plays 0  

Torbjörn Nordling: Illumination, movement, camera, action!

In computer vision, all we do depend on the photos or video material we analyse. It guides even the most powerful neural network that encodes the largest amount of prior knowledge. In this talk, I…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on June 29th, 2022 1 plays 0  

Benedetta Brevini: Is AI Good for the Planet?

We are constantly bombarded by slogans of AI coming to change our life, whether we like it or not. We are reassured it will be a better life. A better capitalism. A better environment. From smart…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on May 6th, 2022 3 plays 0  

Johan Henriksson: AI as a research method? Challenges in biology and epistemology

Our group is trying to understand how T cells and the immune system works to be able to produce new therapies. But do we mean by "understand"? A cell has more than a million different…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on April 29th, 2022 2 plays 0  

Amy Loutfi: The Integration of Machine Perception and Interaction

As humans and robots start to cohabit the same environment and interact deeper with each other, the need for robots and other artificial agents to truly understand each other increases. This…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on April 29th, 2022 2 plays 0  

The Anh Han: Regulatory compliance in the rapid development of AI

The field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going through a period of great expectations, introducing a certain level of anxiety in research, business and also policy. This anxiety is further…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on April 9th, 2022 4 plays 0  

Sarah Brayne: Predict and Surveil: Data, Discretion, and the Future of Policing

Computational procedures increasingly inform how we work, communicate, and make decisions. In this talk, I draw on interviews and ethnographic observations conducted within the Los Angeles Police…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on April 8th, 2022 2 plays 0  

Tom Lenaerts: Facing existential risks through AI proxies, and some other stories from Brussels

I will present our work on understanding and modelling strategic decision-making in the face of existential risks that has been performed with students and international collaborators in my group…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on April 1st, 2022 3 plays 0  

220330 Queer in AI

Queer in AI: Making AI Queer-Inclusive and Prioritizing Grassroots D&I Activism Arjun Subramonian, Ashwin, Hetvi, Sharvani Jha Trustworthy artificial intelligence (AI) has become an important…

From  Jon Svensson on March 30th, 2022 14 plays 0  

Thomas Hellström: Apocalypse now – no need for AGI

A #frAIday talk by Thomas Hellström The dangers of AI are currently debated both in the research world and at the political level. One described long-term danger is, inspired by SF movies and…

From  Petter Ericson on March 25th, 2022 17 plays 0  

Catholijn Jonker: Human - AI symbiosis and the Logic of AI

Catholijn Jonke is Full professor of Interactive Intelligence at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science of the Delft University of Technology Abstract: By creating…

From  Tatyana Sarayeva on March 22nd, 2022 6 plays 0  

Suna Bensch: Understandable Robots

Suna Bensch is Associate Professor at the Department of Computing Science of the Umeå University. Abstract: Understandable robots (aka explainable, intelligible or predictable robots) is a…

From  Julian Alfredo Mendez on March 11th, 2022 39 plays 0  

220209 Scheuerman: "How we Teach Computer Vision to See Race and Gender"

How we Teach Computer Vision to See Race and Gender Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, University of Colorado Boulder Race and gender have long sociopolitical histories of classification in technical…

From  Jon Svensson on February 10th, 2022 46 plays 0  

Mattias Brännström: RAIN Responsible AI Framework

Mattias Brännström is a Research Engineer and a member of Responsible AI group, Department of Computing Science, Umeå University Abstract: Many policies, standards and regulations on…

From  Tatyana Sarayeva on January 27th, 2022 14 plays 0  

Anna Foka: AI4Heritage: Sweden as Case Study

Anna Foka is a the Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities at Uppsala University, and Associate Professor in Digital Humanities. Anna’s research outputs to-date focus on digital cultural…

From  Tatyana Sarayeva on December 7th, 2021 1 plays 0