On non-technological characterisations of intelligence, so philosophy
Speakers: PhenCoCo-Team all in!
Time: 12am - 6pm
Location: c-base/ Café Rixdorf
2 Lectures by Jason Caiccio and Ed Reno
and a lecture on next cloud, as example.
There will be a two lectures, one by Michael Scheppat (head of IT at Cosum & Philosopher) and one by York Johannsen (Linux Engineer at Sys11).
The last colloquium 'The need for magic: On artificial intelligence, translation & navigation, 26.01.19, 12-18 h, Helmholtzstrasse 2-9, Berlin'
was focussed on the translation moments and magical moments in translation of comcepts and belief.
This time, we are going to go into details about the technological backgrounds.
The need for magic: On artificial intelligence, translation & navigation, 26.01.19, 12-18 h, Helmholtzstrasse 2-9, Berlin
Date: Saturday, 26. January 2019 Time: 12:00 o`clock (ends at 18:00)
Location: Access via Helmholtzstrasse 2-9 (Opposite of Morsestraße, through the barrier (only on foot or bike) to the end of the building site, the big wooden front porch on the left)
Introduction by Alexander Mankowksy
Presentation by Auris-E Lipinski: Translation as (magical) transformation in navigation and path descriptions
Presentation Katja Stepec: Translation as a criterion for Artificial Intelligence.
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