“The Future of Science in the 21st Century: Artificial Intelligence”
“Who could imagine early this century that Artificial Intelligence would go from being a research topic in universities and business laboratories to becoming a discipline that rapidly transforming the way we live, think, work and make research and innovation?
In this symposium, we will address the principles, concepts, main techniques and methods used in Artificial Intelligence and how they are presented and used in our world. We will explore the social, emotional, legal and ethical issues and implications AI has in our daily life. The coexistence of human beings with systems and machines that think and act rationally, as humans do, has already begun and has no turning back.
I would like to finish now by gratefully thanking our gold sponsor ACCENTURE for its invaluable support. I would also like to thank the other sponsors such as: the Computer Science School and the Artificial Intelligence Department of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, as well as the projects GIANCE, Babelscape and Lindat.”
Madrid, October 21st, 2019
Prof. Asunción Gómez-Pérez
Organiser of the event
Professor Asunción Gómez-Pérez
Universidad Politétecnica de Madrid
“Drawing the map: Overview of Artificial Intelligence”
Frank van Harmelen
“Knowledge Representation and reasoning”
Professor Xu Lei
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
“Machine Learning, including Deep Learning”
Charles University, Czech Republic
“The Role of Language Resources in Natural Language Understanding”
“Natural Language Understanding by means of current (multilingual) Word Sense Disambiguation”
“Drawing the Map: Main Application areas and global competition”
Moshe Y. Vardi
“Human, Machines, and Work: The Future is Now”
Universidad Pompeu Fabra
“Ethical concerns (Trust, Bias, Privacy)”
“Exploring the dynamic of research”
“Towards a responsible use of Big Data & AI in large organizations”
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
“Artificial intelligence in Medicine: Present and Future”
If you want to watch the videos of the event, follow this link.
The pictures will be published soon. You can see the pictures on the UPM Flickr here.