TEDxLeuven: Intelligence: Artificial or Human?
11 March 2021
The wait is over, and we are more than happy to announce that the biggest TedXLeuven event is happening on 11 March 2022! As Rome was also not build in one day by a single person, so is this event!
We could use some extra hands, so if you want to be part of the biggest TEDx event in Leuven of this year, then hurry up and become a part of our amazing team by attending our Volunteer meetups. If you are an enthusiastic team player, join our event planning sessions and become a Volunteer for this magnificent event; TEDxLeuvenSalon Intelligence: Artificial or Human? on 3.03.2022.
Find out the program and speakers on the TEDx website.
If you want to be a volunteer get in touch via: email@example.com
Student workshop AI (with Deloitte)
11 March 2022
Join our workshop to explore the power of AI and human innovation, and the interplay between the two. Technology is smart, but people make sure the way it’s used is smarter. You’ll not only gain insights into some of the exciting AI-driven projects we have worked on, but dive into a machine learning use case to discover the importance of human contribution first-hand.
This workshop is free to attend, but registration is mandatory. You can register here: https://www.eventbrite.be/e/student-workshop-ai-with-deloitte-tickets-217052508897
A valid Covid safe ticket needs to be shown upon entry, and masks need to be worn during the whole event.
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AI Ethics Debate Part 2
In recent years there has been a rapid growth in the use of semi-autonomous systems and research into lethal autonomous weapon systems (LAWS). This has led to a lot of debates in the highest circles at national and international level about the permissibility of the future use of LAWS. In this talk we will highlight some of the ethical aspects that are currently under discussion such as: What are LAWS? How should we understand autonomy? What makes LAWS problematic? Who should be held responsible if something goes wrong?