Bad Homburg Conference 2019 »Artificial Intelligence – How Can We Trust Algorithms? «
From September 19 to 21, 2019, experts from academia, the business and industry sectors and the local public took part in discussions about the societal use of artificial intelligence. You can find photos, documents and video footage from the conference here.
The brochure containing detailed information on the speakers and the individual panels is available here.
The PowerPoint slides presented by Chris Boos (CEO Arago GmbH) during his presentation on »Artificial Intelligence or the Rediscovery of the Future« are available here.
The footage from the panel »Artificial Intelligence in Police Work« with Christoph Lange (Hess. Landeskriminalamt), Kristian Kersting (TU Darmstadt), Christoph Burchard (Goethe University), Kiel Brennan-Marquez (University of Connecticut) and Andreas Kleinknecht (Microsoft Germany) can be found here.
The lecture by Chris Boos (Arago GmbH): »Artificial Intelligence or the Rediscovery of the Future« is available here.
The footage from the final panel discussion with Matthias Lutz-Bachmann (Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften), Manuela Lenzen (science journalist, Bielefeld), Mutale Nkonde (»AI for the People«), Wolf Singer (Max Planck Institute for Brain Research), Thomas Steckenreiter (Samson AG) is available here.
Christoph Burchard (Goethe University) (photo: Wetzel)
Opening lecture by Thomas Lippert (Forschungszentrum Jülich) (photo: Wetzel)
Matthias Lutz-Bachmann (Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften) (photo: Wetzel)
Manuela Lenzen (moderator), Thomas Lippert, Thomas Schimmer (Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften), Iris Helene Koban (Forschungskolleg Humanwissenschaften), Meinhard Matern (City of Bad Homburg v.d.H.) (photo: Wetzel)
Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Simone Fulda (Vice-president of Goethe University), Kristina Sinemus (Hessian minister of digital strategy), Manfred Schubert-Zsilavecz (Vice-president of Goethe University), Enrico Schleiff (Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies) (photo: Wetzel)
Panel »AI and Medicine«: Peter Wild (Frankfurt University Hospital), Tim Hahn (Münster University Hospital), Manuela Lenzen, Susanne Beck (Hannover University), Jan Leister (smart.helios GmbH Berlin) (photo: privat)
Panel »AI and police work«: Christoph Lange (Hessian state office of criminal investigation), Kristian Kersting (Darmstadt University), Christoph Burchard, Kiel Brennan-Marquez (University of Connecticut). Andreas Kleinknecht (Microsoft Deutschland) photo: private)
Panel »AI and the fiscal system«: Andreas Hackethal (Goethe University), Bart Buter (ING Deutschland), Tobias Tröger (Goethe University), Gamal Moukabary (Bonify), Kay Hamacher (Darmstadt University) (photo: private)
Final discusion: Chris Boos (Arago GmbH), Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Manuela Lenzen (photo: Wetzel)
Final discussion: Matthias Lutz-Bachmann, Manuela Lenzen, Mutale Nkonde (»AI for the People«), Wolf Singer (MPI for brain research), Thomas Steckenreiter (Samson AG) (photo: Wetzel)
Speakers; (back row, from the left) M. Lutz-Bachmann, K. Hamacher, B. Buter, T. Tröger, Ch. Burchard, T. Hackethal; (front row, from the left) M. Lenzen, M Nkonde, K. Brennan-Marquez, T. Schimmer, I. Koban, B. Gentzcke (photo: Wetzel)
(FKH - 27.09.2019)
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