Käte Hamburger Kolleg Aachen: Philosophy of AI_Optimist and Pessimist Views

  Logo Käthe Hamburger Kolleg und RWTH

The Käte Hamburger Kolleg: Cultures of Research (c:o/re) is an International Center for Advanced Studies in Philosophy, Sociology, and History of Science and Technology at RWTH Aachen University. It fosters interdisciplinary exchange with scholars from the natural and engineering sciences, particularly in the fields of matter, life and brain research as focused on the topics of complexity, lifelikeness and emergence.

Date Event
11.05.22 Kim Guldstrand Larsen (Aalborg University): Explainable and Verifiable Machine Learning. A Grand Challenge for Computer Science 
18.05.22 Jose Hernandez Orallo (Univèrsitat de Politècnica Valencia): Calibrating expectations about AI: A renewed endeavour towards the measurement of behaviour
25.05.22 Jakub Szymanik (University of Amsterdam): Reverse-engineering the Language of Thought
01.06.22 Ophelia Deroy (LMU Munich): How will humans treat AI? Or, Human social intelligence meets artificial intelligence
15.06.22 Lena Kästner (Bayreuth University):  Explaining AI Through the Scientific Perspective
28.06.22 (Tuesday!) Gabriele Gramelsberger (c:o/re) / Markus Rautzenberg (Folkwang University Essen): Mind the Game! AI and Computer Games
13.07.22 Joost-Pieter Katoen (RWTH Aachen University): How will humans treat AI? Or: Human social intelligence meets artificial intelligence (abstract)