thoughtful robot
Karl-Friedrich Fischbach
Rated 5 out of 5

Natural and artificial intelligence. The age of robots has begun!

Fri, 6.05.2022
19:30 - 21:15
Senior Citizens' Meeting on the Internet
How does artificial intelligence actually work? Can humans still keep up? What opportunities and what limits to development are discernible?
Learning and anticipating future events and evaluating them are the basis of intelligent decisions. Computer scientists are imitating neural networks capable of learning and are already achieving great success in many fields.

At the same time, the development of bodies for intelligent electronic brains is in full swing. We will encounter autonomous robots in many different guises. They will roll along our streets as cars, keep our homes clean as cleaning robots, prepare meals as kitchen helpers and perhaps even accompany us on a stroll through the city centre as two-legged friends.

This is no longer a dream of the future, because we are already in the middle of this development.

The lecture will explain the concrete state of technical development, but it will also ask whether natural law limits to this development are known. The lecture will be followed by a discussion with the participants.

Proceeds are donated

All proceeds from this event will be donated to art and cultural workers in Ukraine.

All info about the action here!

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