IRIS Digital Workshop – “Reflection on intelligent systems: towards a cross-disciplinary definition” 20-21 October
Dear valued colleagues,
On behalf of the organizers Gabriella Lapesa, Lukas Erhard, Curtis Runstedler, and Sierra Kaiser, it is my pleasure to cordially invite you to attend the IRIS digital workshop “Reflection on intelligent systems: towards a cross-disciplinary definition,” to be held via WebEx from 20-21 October.
Registration for the workshop is now open via the link below – it also includes the program and further details:
The keynote speakers include Bob Williamson (University of Tuebingen), an Australian pioneer of machine learning technology; Gregor Betz (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology), who has developed a formal theory about computational models and connected it to the philosophy of mind; Anne Lauscher (University of Hamburg), whose data science research examines AI capable of understanding and generating natural language texts; and Kanta Dihal, an AI narratives expert who is based at Cambridge University. Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com> with any questions or further queries.
If you use Twitter, you can also retweet the workshop here:
Hope to see you there!
Jun.-Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Maria Wirzberger (she/her)
Spokesperson of the “Interchange Forum for Reflecting on Intelligent Systems”<https://www.iris.uni-stuttgart.de/> (IRIS)
Co-director of the Artificial Intelligence Software Academy<https://www.project.uni-stuttgart.de/aisa/> (AISA)
Head of the department for “Teaching and Learning with Intelligent Systems”<Department%20director> (LLiS)
Elisabeth Schiemann Fellow<https://cyber-valley.de/en/news/wirzberger-elisabeth-schiemann-kolleg>
University of Stuttgart
70174 Stuttgart, Germany