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What is artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning? Why does it matter to humans and industries, and will robots take our jobs? Why is it that we can't rely only on the experts, data scientists and machine learning engineers to build the perfect AI products, and expect them to solve the bias in AI issues? How do we ensure that we're building AI for good? Is there hope for Europe to catch up with the U.S. and China in the AI race?

In this Meetup we'll explore the rise and applications of AI. This Meetup is open to everyone, will always be free and held in English.

Upcoming events (1)

So, the Robots Are Coming..... What Do We Do!?

JetBrains Event Space

Let's discuss the rise of the robotics and AI, the impact on our future, and how it'll change the way we live and work. The concept is simple: we'll discuss both the social and economic impact of a topic related to AI in each Meetup, and also hear from an expert in the field about the technical overview. No technical background needed - come if you're interested in cross-domain discussions with bright and like-minded people. (In our last Meetup, we literally could not stop talking to each other... in a very good way!) More details about the talk coming soon. About the Speakers: Alona Kharchenko is a PhD candidate at TUM conducting research on neurorobotics as a part of the Human Brain Project. She is a cognition lead at the Roboy Team, a team behind Roboy, a biologically inspired full-size humanoid robot. The goal of the Roboy project is to advance humanoid robotics to the state where its robots are just as good as a human body. To achieve this goal, we create a platform for robot development inspired by biology that unites students, researchers, companies and artists from a broad spectrum of disciplines. Charlotte Han Charlotte Han processes data and computes digital strategies for a living. Thanks to growing up in Asia, becoming American in Silicon Valley and now living in Europe, she has learned to make connections where they may not seem apparent. She is passionate about helping people understand how technologies can advance human lives, and about connecting with those who are not afraid to shake things up and push the boundaries of what is possible. She currently works as Deep Learning Marketing Manager at NVIDIA, where she sees first-hand how AI is transforming industries.

Past events (1)

Bias in AI Is More Dangerous than Killer Robots

inovex Gmbh

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