A lot of bandwidth is taken up these days with the question of privacy, but few have thought to question privacy itself. For how long have human beings been private? For how long has privacy even been possible?
Speaker: Robert Dudley July 25th, 2020 12 - 18 - Online
16th Colloquium - On digital self-determination and personal identity
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A look at how digital and analogue environments impact personal identity and the personal management of identity data
A study by the University in Köln tries to establish "digital self-determination" as research object (first version 2016, current version 2018) and to find out what society and citizens think about their self-determination in digital matters. A fixed theoretical concept of digital self-determination is, according to this study, not normatively clear and in its empirical framework not systematically categorised.
15th Colloquium: On drones and autonomy “Flying brains or airborne lemmings?”
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Drones and autonomy - “Flying brains or airborne lemmings?”
Two main question normally decide on the business and the legal success of the organizations - does the idea make sense and offer a sustainable business and will operations follow the rules. The speaker invites thinkers from science, art and humanities to dig deeper into the question, what the society needs and accepts: “Flying brains or airborne lemmings?”
14th Colloquium: On AI and cognitive assistance systems
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On AI in practice
An introduction on assistance systems of unmanned aerial vehicles and cars, followed by a lecture on cognitive assistance systems, based on machine learning technologies and their implementation in traffic, health, knowledge systems and other areas.
13th Colloquium: AI - again - machine learning of neural networks in different versions
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An Introduction, and 1-2 Lectures on neural networks and machine learning technologies and their importance in economy and in general.
We are going to draw on what we have discussed in previous coloquiu on AI, what deep learning ist suppose to be, what algorithms are subsumed by this and talk about some of these technologies in more detail.